Cybersecurity more of a priority in Obama budget

An posting from NBC NEW’s in there technology section:  WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama proposed on Wednesday increased spending to protect U.S. computer networks from Internet-based attacks in a sign that the government aims to put more resources into the emerging global cyber arms race.

Obama’s budget proposal for the 2014 fiscal year, which begins Oct. 1, calls for more military “hackers” to head off escalating cyber threats from China, Iran, Russia and other countries. It would also bolster defenses for government and private-sector computer networks.

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