DHS partners with Boys and Girls Clubs of America on cybersecurity

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security will partner with over four million members of Boys & Girls Clubs of America to heighten cybersecurity, the DHS announced on Friday.

The over-100-years-old Boys & Girls Clubs of America join the DHS “Stop.Think.Connect.” campaign, a national effort to achieve a higher level of internet security by educating Americans at home, in the workplace and in communities.

“In today’s world, Americans can use technology to engage with communities around the globe,” said Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano in the announcement.

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