The White House released its budget today for the fiscal year 2023, which includes up to $5.8 trillion to bolster cybersecurity defences for federal departments. The Biden administration said it “reprioritized cybersecurity by strengthening resilience at home and accelerating cooperation with allies and the private sector.” This move, the administration says, will further strengthen military resources and further enhance cyber resiliency. Additionally, money dedicated to cybersecurity will aid in protecting against attacks launched by threat actors. Further, the White House is asking for funding for the civilian sector of nearly $10.9 billion. They money would be used to provide resources to train emerging security professionals.