Event: “Internet Safety Workshop- What Parents Need to Know”

In April, Muflehun ran the second “Internet Safety Workshop- What Parents Need to Knows” to an audience of 100 parents at ADAMS. The Loudon County Sheriff’s Office and FBI WFO gave the first presentation, talking at length about youths’ online behavior, their tendency to be technologically savvier than their parents, and the pernicious threats they… Continue reading Event: “Internet Safety Workshop- What Parents Need to Know”

“The Power of Social Media in Combating Terrorism” at GovSec

Muflehun Executive Director Humera Khan joined Lieutenant General Francis H. Kearney, III, Former Deputy Director, Strategic Operational Planning at the National Counter-Terrorism Center, on a panel about “The Power of Social Media in Combating Terrorism” at the Government Security Conference and Expo 2012 (GovSec 2012). Other panelists included Gerald Gahima, Former Deputy Chief Justice to… Continue reading “The Power of Social Media in Combating Terrorism” at GovSec

Event: “Internet Safety Workshop- What Parents Need to Know”

In October 2011, during “National Cyber Security Awareness Month” Muflehun organized and launched a new prevention program series “Internet Safety Workshop- What Parents Need to Know.” With the well attended pilot hosted at ADAMS, the objective was to raise awareness in parents regarding the full spectrum of internet based predators that target their families, both… Continue reading Event: “Internet Safety Workshop- What Parents Need to Know”

Muflehun Chairman Speaks at Aspen Institute: “Integration as a National Security Asset”

Suhail Khan, Board chairman of Muflehun spoke on a panel about “Integration as a National Security Asset” at a day long conference on “America the Inclusive: Building Robust Community and Interfaith Partnerships.” The event was hosted by Aspen Institute’s Justice and Society Program and the Interfaith Youth Core, led by Eboo Patel. Keynote speakers at… Continue reading Muflehun Chairman Speaks at Aspen Institute: “Integration as a National Security Asset”