DOD: Cyberdefense, offense plans need $23B

06/11/2013 | Bloomberg

A five-year plan to ramp up U.S. cyberdefense -- and offense -- will need $23 billion, the Pentagon says in its proposed cyber-budget, which reflects higher spending than in the past. The increased spending could be a boon to contractors at a time when other military budgets are shrinking.

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