‘The Homeland’ is bringing you a series of candid, intimate interviews with former Secretaries of the Department of Homeland Security throughout the month of October.
DHS was born out of 9/11, when 23 different agencies were pulled into one department in an effort to provide greater organization and communication in the government’s ability to address threats to the homeland.
This week, former DHS Secretary Tom Ridge weighs in on the ways that homeland security has evolved since it was created in the aftermath of 9/11 and what is now the greatest threat the country faces.
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