In recognition of Cyber Security Awareness month, officials from the U.S. Homeland Security Office visited fifth and sixth graders at a Virginia elementary school Oct. 22 to reinforce what students have learned about how to stay safe online.

The school assembly, called "Staying Safe in the Cyber World," marked the first in a series of similar events across the country to be presented by Erik Smith, director of incident management at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's National Cyber Security Division; Steve Godwin, youth empowerment manager for i-SAFE America Inc.; and Mary Radnofsky, president and...

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