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Obama Wants $355 Million for the Homeland Security Department's Cybersecurity Efforts in 2010

President Barack Obama wants $355 million for the Homeland Security Department's cybersecurity efforts in fiscal 2010, according to an overview of his budget proposal. The document states that Obama wants the $355 million to support Department of HomeLand Security's National Cybersecurity Division and the department's role in the Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative (CNCI). The money would be "targeted to make private- and public-sector cyber infrastructure more resilient and secure," the document states.

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