Fourth Hacking for Homeland Security Course Begins

Educational partnership aims to foster new technological innovators.

The Department of Homeland Security announced that the Spring 2022 course of their Hacking for Homeland Security (H4HS) program will be held at the Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy. The H4HS program partners with federal offices, nonprofit organizations, and technology firms to create an educational environment for undergraduate and graduate students to solve real-life security issues over the course of one semester.

“H4HS taps into the energy and imagination of talented students to deliver forward-looking solutions to evolving security challenges facing the nation,” said DHS Acting Under Secretary for Science and Technology Kathryn Coulter Mitchell. “We welcome the entrepreneurial approach that H4HS brings to our innovation needs and we hope the experience will inspire students to join us on the mission, as partners, or future federal employees.”

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For Homeland Security officials as they seek new ways to prevent breaches of national security.
  • For students learning and developing new cyber and technological security techniques and protocols.
  • For U.S. education officials and institutions as they support platforms for security advancements.

Sources: Department of Homeland Security


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