Yesterday, in an event at the National Press Club, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), along with the Heritage Foundation, released Homeland Security 3.0: Building a National Enterprise to Keep America Safe, Free and Prosperous. This report, the third of its kind, presents 25 recommendations aimed at improving homeland security across the board. Specifically, my co-author David Heyman and I emphasize why we need to treat domestic and international security concerns in a more holistic manner within the National Security Council. The event was keynoted by CSIS President John J. Hamre, former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense.