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Combating Human Trafficking

January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, and it is an opportunity to reflect on the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center’s (FLETC) leadership in providing training for combating human trafficking nationwide.

Stop.Think.Connect. Toolkit

The majority of cybercriminals are indiscriminate; they target vulnerable computer systems regardless of whether the systems are part of a Fortune 500 company, a small business, or belong to a home user.

Stop.Think.Connect. Cyber Tours

Overview

Emerging cyber threats require engagement from the entire American community to create a safe, secure, and resilient cyber environment.

Keeping Fans Safe

Major League Baseball, Major League Soccer, the National Basketball Association, the National Football League and the National Hockey League are joining together for the first time to help DHS deliver an important message to their millions of fans.

Go for the Gold in Cybersecurity

With the 2012 Summer Olympic Games just around the corner, cyber criminals and online scammers are sure to be on the prowl, hoping to take advantage of Internet users who let their guard down with offers of discounted tickets, free merchandise, exclusive videos, or breaking news.

Don’t Be Fooled by Too Good to Be True Websites

Posted by Stop. Think. Connect.

While the tricks and jokes exchanged online are often innocent and fun, there are individuals lurking online who want to trick you into handing over your personal information.

Secretary Napolitano Announces Stop.Think.Connect.™ Campaign Partnership with the YWCA

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Stop.Think.Connect. ™ campaign today announced a new partnership with the YWCA, which serves nearly 2.6 million women and girls across the country, to expand its effort to promote the importance of cybersecurity and online safety. The campaign will provide tools and resources to educate teens, young adults and parents about how youth can protect themselves from the risk of theft, fraud and abuse online.

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