Trump’s budget proposal gives DHS $1.5 billion for cybersecurity

From: The Hill


The budget request, which bolsters DHS funding by 6.8 percent while making deep cuts to other agencies and departments, also calls for deepened cooperation between the government and the private sector on cybersecurity.

The proposed budget “safeguards cyberspace with $1.5 billion for DHS activities that protect federal networks and critical infrastructure from an attack,” according to the blueprint, which was publicly released Thursday morning.

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