Inside Cybersecurity

July 27, 2021

Daily News

House appropriators move to outbid Biden administration on cyber funding with $2.4B plan for CISA

By Charlie Mitchell / June 30, 2021

House appropriators today will mark up a fiscal 2022 Department of Homeland Security spending bill that includes an almost $400 million increase for DHS’ cyber agency above this year’s level and a substantial bump above the Biden administration’s request, a funding infusion that lawmakers say is essential given the escalating cybersecurity challenges facing critical infrastructure.

“As the nature of the threats facing the country changes, the missions and investments of the Department of Homeland Security must quickly adapt and respond....


Log in to access this content.


Not a subscriber? Sign up for 30 days free access to exclusive news and analysis on cybersecurity regulations and more.