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Defense funding for cybersecurity is hard to pin down

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April 1, 2011
FedCyber Wire
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“In mid-February, the White House proposed spending $2.3 billion on cybersecurity at the Defense Department in the release of its 2012 budget request. Simultaneously, Air Force officials announced their cybersecurity request would be $4.6 billion. The Army and Defense Information Systems Agency referred inquiries about their proposed cyber spending to department-level officials. Navy officials said they could not provide a top-line budget figure, since funding that supports Navy cybersecurity activities is scattered across several line items, as well as multiple programs, organizations and commands.”

Source: Defense funding for cybersecurity is hard to pin down – Nextgov