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Join DHS Cybersecurity Team

Cyber theft rings, hackers, and data breaches are just a few of the real-time internet threats that, if left unchecked, could derail our way of life and compromise national security. These threats change in number and sophistication daily. This video depicts the hi-tech environment in which DHS is recruiting dynamic and cutting professionals to protect the nation’s cyberspace. View the video here.

Secretary Napolitano’s National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) 2012 Message

In October 2012, Secretary Napolitano called on all Americans to join DHS during October and throughout the year to ACT - “Achieve Cybersecurity Together.” Combating evolving cyber threats requires the engagement of our entire society - from government and law enforcement to the private sector and, most importantly, members of the public. View the video here.

Stop.Think.Connect. Cyber Rap Song

Students from the William E . Doar Jr. Public Charter School for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., in conjunction with the YWCA, wrote and produced this video to spread cybersecurity awareness. View the video here.

Stop.Think.Connect. 2010-2011 Public Service Announcement (PSA) Challenge Winners

The Stop.Think.Connect. PSA Challenge, which ran from November 2010 to May 2011, provided Americans across the country with an opportunity to submit short videos encouraging fellow citizens to practice safe online habits.  These are the winning submissions:

"Stop.Think.Connect." was a spot created by the Microsoft Corporation who partners with the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) to help Americans understand the cyber threats that exist and how to protect themselves and their families. View the video here.

"The Woes of Wifi" was created and produced by Paul Dockter, Devon Greene, and Jared Mengenhausen from Dakota State University. This video demonstrates the importance of using a secure online network, as part of a homework assignment for their System Software Security class - they received an "A". View the video here.

“Names Hurt”, which highlights how hurtful words said online can be just as damaging if not more damaging than those said in person, was created by Stop Child Predators. This non-profit organization combats the sexual exploitation of children by advocating for tougher penalties for convicted sex offenders and promoting online safety measures through awareness and training programs. View the video here.

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Last Published Date: April 25, 2013
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