DHS plays a role in identifying vulnerabilities to our nation’s economic security and collaborating to secure global systems.
Since 9/11, DHS has significantly expanded its ability to track and disrupt terrorist financing through combating bulk cash smuggling.
Document fraud and benefit fraud pose a severe threat to national security and public safety. They create vulnerabilities that may enable terrorists, criminals and illegal aliens to gain entry to and remain in the United States.
Intellectual property rights theft threatens U.S. businesses and robs hard-working Americans of their jobs, which negatively impacts the economy.
Written testimony of Policy for a House Homeland Security Subcommittee on Counterterrorism & Intelligence hearing titled “Beyond Borders: Are DHS' International Agreements Ensuring Actionable Intelligence to Combat Threats to the U.S. Homeland?”
July 30, 2012