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2014 Quadrennial Homeland Security Review
Jeh Charles Johnson (ed)
This report provides a strong analytic and strategic foundation for one of the highest priorities of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which is ensuring that DHS invests and operates in a cohesive, unified fashion and makes decisions that strengthen Departmental unity of effort. The report concludes that DHS will continue to adhere to the five basic homeland security missions: prevent terrorism and enhance security; secure and manage our borders; enforce and administer our immigration laws; safeguard and secure cyberspace; and strengthen national preparedness and resiliences. However, these missions must be refined to reflect the evolving landscape of homeland security threats and hazards. The terrorist threat is increasingly decentralized and may be harder to detect. Cyber threats are growing and pose ever-greater concern to our critical infrastructure systems. Natural hazards are becoming more costly to address, as is our aging infrastructure. This is a print on demand report.
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