US Department of Homeland Security

US Department of Homeland Security

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  • Building the Cybersecurity Workforce

    At the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), we fight against the world’s toughest cyber adversaries. They attack at the speed of light, rapidly changing their tactics -- and targets -- to exploit new vulnerabilities and new technology. We are constantly challenged to keep up with these adversaries and defend the safety and security of the American people – the highest stakes. Our best weapo...

  • Photo of the Week

    PHOTO OF THE WEEK: We are DHS, and we are ready. The U.S. Secret Service is ensuring the safety and security of the United Nations General Assembly, alongside thousands of DHS employees and federal, state, and local law enforcement. Official Photo by U.S. Secret Service Download High-Resolution Image (1024 x 703) Keywords:  Photo of the Week, ...

US Department of Homeland Security

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  • DHS Honors Retiring Secret Service Canine Hurricane

    The Department of Homeland Security is honoring the retirement of U.S. Secret Service canine Hurricane. Hurricane joined the Emergency Response Team Tactical Canine Unit in November of 2012. He served faithfully alongside Uniformed Division Officer-Technician Marshall J. Mirarchi. Both participated in numerous protective missions to include Presidential Details, Special Events and daily assignmen...

  • Photo of the Week

    Over six decades, more than 12 million immigrants came through Ellis Island. Today, 298 people sat in the same place under the American flag and become new U.S. citizens during a naturalization ceremony in the Great Hall. We welcome and celebrate our newest fellow Americans in honor of Citizenship Day and Constitution Week. Official photo by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. ...

  • USCIS Welcomes New Americans During Constitution Week

    U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is celebrating Constitution Day and Citizenship Day, observed on Sept. 17, and Constitution Week, with nearly 240 naturalization ceremonies across the country. From the steps of the Lincoln memorial to the shores of Ellis Island, more than 38,000 candidates will be, for the first time, addressed as fellow Americans.Constitution Week is being recogn...

  • Secretary Johnson Awards NYC Police Commissioner Bratton DHS' Highest Honor

    DHS wishes NYC Police Commissioner Bill Bratton all the best as he retires today after 45 years of public service. DHS photo by Barry Bahler, Office of Public Affairs In recognition of his remarkable career, as well as for his contributions to making American citizens and the homeland safer, Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson awarded Commissioner Bratton with the DHS Distinguished Public ...

US Department of Homeland Security

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  • September 11, 2016: Remembering and Looking Forward

    Fifteen years ago, on September 11, 2001, we witnessed the worst attack in our nation’s history. As we look back and remember the day that changed our nation forever, we come together to remember and also to look forward.DHS photo by Jetta Disco, Office of Public AffairsDHS photo by Jetta Disco, Office of Public AffairsIn continuing to look forward, the Department commemorated the federal governme...

  • Photo of the Week

    PHOTO OF THE WEEK: Coming back stronger. Fifteen years after September 11, 2001, the Department of Homeland Security commemorated the return of the federal government to One World Trade Center. Photo of Credit: Barry Bahler. Download High-Resolution Image (2100 x 1500) Keywords:  Photo of the Week, Secretary Johnson, ...

  • DHS Remembers September 11, 2001

    This year on September 11th, we pause to remember events that occurred fifteen years ago, events which prompted the formation of this Department. We continue to commemorate 9/11 and, at the same time, move forward.  On Friday, September 9, we commemorated the federal government’s return to the new One World Trade Center in New York City. Those employees who report to work at the building will carr...

  • Summer Travel Made Easier by the Work of TSA

    Just before the beginning of summer, Secretary Johnson and TSA Administrator Neffenger set forth an aggressive plan for addressing wait times at the nation’s busiest airports without compromising aviation security. That was some 217 million passengers ago.Speaking at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport on Wednesday, Secretary Johnson outlined the results:DHS photo by Barry Bahler, Office of ...

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