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White House Proposes $3B Cybersecurity Budget for FY 2025

Budget request

White House Proposes $3B Cybersecurity Budget for FY 2025

The Biden administration is seeking $13 billion in cybersecurity funding in the fiscal year 2025 budget request.

According to President Joe Biden’s request, the funding will include $3 billion for the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency. The funding will enhance federal civilian network security, critical infrastructure security coordination, Cyber Incident Reporting for Critical Infrastructure Act implementation and internal cybersecurity and analytics. Other government agencies will also receive funding to improve cybersecurity capabilities in their mission areas.

The budget request also covers cybersecurity workforce challenges, CyberScoop reported.

Biden’s funding request also focuses on other technology developments, including artificial intelligence.

According to the funding request, Biden wants to allocate $3 billion for federal AI development, testing, acquisition and integration and around $300 million to help agencies reduce risks and advance use cases. Funding will also be provided to boost AI-related workforce matters and finance the National AI Research Resource pilot.

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