Question #1: Families should not have an emergency plan in place, and make sure that each family member knows what they should do in case an emergency strikes at home. True False Question #2: Parents, kids, boards of education, administrators and teachers can all pitch in to make our schools more secure and more civic-minded. True False Question #3: The Department of Homeland Security introduced the “If You See Something, Say Something™” campaign in an effort to increase awareness and inspire people to get involved with the security of their communities. True False Question #4: Albert Einstein once said “The strength of the Constitution lies entirely in the determination of each citizen to defend it. Only if every single citizen feels duty bound to do his share in this defense are the constitutional rights secure.” True False Question #5: To keep our information secure, we must all take certain precautions to protect ourselves online. True False Question #6: Everyone has a part to play in protecting our freedoms and ensuring our security. True False Question #7: DHS stands for ____________________________. Defending Homeland Security Department of Health Standards Department of Homeland Security None of the above Question #8: You can learn more about online safety through the National Cyber Security Alliance? True False Question #9: Individuals can take an active role in homeland security by being alert to their surroundings and reporting suspicious activity to local law enforcement. True False Question #10: The government is solely responsible for National Security? True False Congratulations! You passed the quiz.<br>Print out your <a href="https://ascf.us/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/ascf-certificates-alert-citizen.pdf" target="_blank"> <font color="red">Achievement Certificate Now!</font></a> Almost there. <br>Try again and get all 10 answers correct to print out your achievement certificate.