According to the National Cyber Security Alliance, children and teenagers aged 8-18 spend almost 8 hours a day on electronic devices. This summer, the Stop.Think.Connect. ™ campaign is encouraging parents to take a few minutes to talk with their children about Internet safety.
DHS is committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive workplace for all our employees. Diversity makes us better as a Department, and the contributions of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) employees strengthen DHS in many d
Today, I am proud to announce the launch of the redesigned Blue Campaign, the Department of Homeland Security’s unified voice for combating human trafficking.
This week is National Hurricane Preparedness Week. FEMA and its federal, state and local partners are encouraging all Americans to pledge to prepare their homes, families and businesses for the upcoming hurricane season, which begins Saturday, June 1 and lasts until November 30.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), as part of the Administration’s Digital Government Strategy, has reached key agency milestones to enable a more efficient and coordinated digital service delivery.
In 2011, the Department of Homeland Security’s Blue Campaign initiated a project to help law enforcement more effectively identify human trafficking victims, traffickers, and accomplices, in collaboration with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Department of Justice, and the Human Smuggling and Trafficking Center.
In the aftermath of the devastation caused by severe weather in Moore, Okla., the support and generosity shown by the American people for those in need underscores our compassion and resilience as a nation. Unfortunately, cyber criminals and hackers often exploit tragedies and other high profile news stories, reminding us of the importance of staying safe online.
(Originally posted by FEMA) Yesterday evening a large tornado touched down near Moore, Oklahoma, leaving massive destruction in its path. Our thoughts and prayers remain with the families and communities affected by the tornadoes.
Every day, we see paramedics or firefighters, but many of us do not actually stop to think about what they do or thank them for their service until a crisis occurs. National EMS Week is the perfect opportunity to recognize and salute every man and women serving in emergency medical services for their tireless service.