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Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2021: Cyber Hygiene Tips for Protecting Children and Families Online

Join HSToday to recognize Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2021! This week HSTodays Executive Editor, Kristina Tanasichuk, sat down for a conversation about how to keep...

HST Interview with Stephanie Jaros, Director of Research, DOD Counter-Insider Threat Program

September is Insider Threat Awareness Month - please join HSToday for an exclusive interview with Stephanie Jaros, Director of Research, DOD Counter-Insider Threat Program...

WATCH: U.S. Secret Service Remembers September 11, 2001

The U.S. Secret Service released commemorative content honoring the 20th anniversary of September 11, 2001. View "Never Forget: Secret Service Remembers September 11, 2001" here or...

GAO Slams DHS for Failing to Recognize Deteriorating Threat Environment that Led to Capitol Attack

The Department of Homeland Security has been condemned by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) for its inflexibility and failure to designate January 6, 2021 as a special event.

Secret Service Launches Most Wanted Cyber Fugitives Page

To address this continued shift in criminality, the Secret Service operates a network of Cyber Fraud Task Forces (CFTF), a public-private partnership with law enforcement agencies at every level, prosecutors, the private sector and academia.

U.S. Secret Service Celebrates 156th Anniversary

Director James M. Murray attributed the agency’s longevity to its ability to successfully adapt to constantly emerging threats throughout history, and its focus on training.

DHS Coordinates with Partners to Secure the Indianapolis 500

The Indy 500 is categorized as Special Event Assessment Rating (SEAR) 2. SEAR 2 events are significant events with national importance which may require national-level federal support.

OIG Finds DHS Law Enforcement Components Did Not Consistently Collect DNA from Arrestees

Of the five DHS law enforcement components we reviewed that are subject to these DNA collection requirements, only United States Secret Service consistently collected DNA from arrestees.
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