The cyber security sector is at the center of the new U.S. economic strategy.
The government will invest $50 billion to create more than 30 million jobs.
A number of initiatives are aimed at helping the sector.
These include cyber security and cybersecurity technology, cybersecurity services, cybersecurity training, and cyber resilience.
But there are a lot of obstacles in this effort.
Some areas will need to be developed and deployed more quickly than others, which will require a lot more resources, according to the White House.
The Cybersecurity Strategy outlines a number of priorities, such as improving cyber readiness, improving cybersecurity systems, and ensuring that critical infrastructure remains safe and secure.
The first priority of the strategy is cybersecurity.
The administration has created a new Office of Cybersecurity, which is tasked with identifying and addressing cybersecurity vulnerabilities, enhancing cybersecurity, and promoting cyber resilience, according the White Senate Office of Management and Budget.
The next priority of this strategy is to increase cybersecurity awareness, and identify cyber vulnerabilities.
The Cybersecurity Information Sharing and Analysis Center will work with federal agencies, the private sector, and private sector partners to improve the cyber capacity of federal and private sectors to identify and mitigate cyber threats.
The Administration also wants to strengthen cyber resilience by promoting cybersecurity training and training cybersecurity workforce.
The strategy also outlines other cybersecurity priorities.
These included: protecting the integrity of federal, state, and local computer networks, strengthening data security, protecting federal data from unauthorized access, protecting the privacy of consumers, and protecting information that may be shared with foreign governments.
In addition to addressing cybersecurity, the strategy also highlights the importance of human resources.
The White House has tasked the Office of Human Resources with training all federal, local, and tribal government employees to better understand the cybersecurity threat environment and the responsibilities of the employees involved in protecting the information technology systems and information systems of the federal government.
The Administration has also established the Cybersecurity Coordination Office, which coordinates federal cybersecurity programs, including cyber security.
It also will establish a Cybersecurity Advisory Council to address cybersecurity concerns in the federal workforce.