cybersecurityWe are connected in our daily lives. Our leisure, our personal finances, our economy – even our hometown security depends on a stable, trusted, reliable, safe and resilient cyberspace. We use these networks to communicate, travel, power our homes, automobile, offices, schools – just about everything we do – we do connected. Being connected also means being more exposed and the potential for disruption, interference or illicit activity. We all need to take an active role in our own Cybersecurity.



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The DHS Cyber and Infrastructure Security Program provides individuals, businesses and local governments with relative, timely and actionable information needed to keep our Hometown resources Secure.



Visit the US DHS cybersecurity awareness page for general on-line safety tips. 

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The Department of Homeland Security's United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) leads efforts to improve the nation's cybersecurity posture, coordinate cyber information sharing, and proactively manage cyber risks to the Nation while protecting the constitutional rights of Americans. US-CERT strives to be a trusted global leader in cybersecurity - collaborative, agile, and responsive in a dynamic and complex environment. Visit US-CERT at

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Network security is not just for businesses. Learn ways to improve the security of your new computer, understand the basics about computer viruses, and discover way to improve the security of your home network at