Thank you, Jim and thank you to the Heritage Foundation and for hosting today’s speech. Heritage has been an indispensable partner during my time as Acting Secretary, and I appreciate their continued efforts to communicate and amplify the great work of the dedicated men and women of the Department of Homeland Security.
Thank you, Glenn, for that introduction. Good morning, graduates. It is an honor to join you virtually to celebrate this momentous occasion and to congratulate each of you for your dedication and hard work.
Effective speech analytic technologies and voice-based communications services are critical for public safety responders, especially when their hands are preoccupied during an active response or when background noises reach levels that can render most digital speech assistants inoperable.
Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen M. Nielsen will speak at the 2018 RSA Conference on Tuesday, April 17 at 1:05PM EDT/10:05AM PDT.
Secretary Sullivan, Chief Judge McMahon, Commissioner Kerlikowske, with my late Uncle Kenneth Edelin perched on my shoulder this morning, I am pleased to deliver the sermon today on Lay Sunday.
Yesterday at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., Secretary Napolitano delivered the 2nd annual address on the State of America's Homeland Security.
Last night, Secretary Napolitano spoke at the World Affairs Council Global Education Dinner on an issue that affects all of us: Cybersecurity. It touches every level of government and every part of our daily lives.