Over the past year, the United States has taken a series of steps to address the ongoing humanitarian challenges in Central America, particularly for the many vulnerable individuals attempting to leave the region and come to the United States, while also promoting safe and orderly migration and border security. As part of this ongoing effort, the United States is announcing the following initiatives to help vulnerable families and individuals from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras.
As Secretary of Homeland Security, I am often asked “who’s responsible within the federal government for cybersecurity? Who in the government do I contact in the event of a cyber incident?”
On July 26-28, Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson will travel to Aspen, Colo. to participate in a meeting of the Aspen Institute’s Homeland Security Group. On July 27, Secretary Johnson will participate in a moderated discussion on the state of the nation’s security with New York Times Assistant Washington Editor Thom Shanker at the opening session of the Aspen Security Forum.
Securing the Democratic National Convention. Secretary Johnson and senior DHS leadership traveled to Philadelphia today to inspect security operations and contingency planning. Just hours after executing an outstanding security plan for the RNC in Cleveland, the Secret Service is ramping up operations for a second National Security Special Event.