Visible to the public Major companies meet with President Biden and promise billions in spending on cybersecurityConflict Detection Enabled

At a productive White House meeting on August 25th, Microsoft, Google, Amazon, Apple, IBM and others committed to significant efforts in the cybersecurity area. Google plans to invest more than 10 billion to strengthen cybersecurity and train 100,000 Americans in technical security fields. Apple is making security improvements through their supply chain. Microsoft committed $20 billion dedicated to more advanced security tools and $150 billion assisting government agencies to upgrade their systems. IBM plans to train more than 150,000 people in cybersecurity skills with outreach to diversify the workforce. The President Biden recently signed an executive order that requires all U.S. agencies to use two-factor authentication for logins to provide more login security.