The Supreme Court is seeking millions of dollars from Congress to improve security following the leak of a draft ruling rolling back abortion rights that led to both an internal investigation and protests that raised concerns about the safety of the justices.

In a $150 million budget request published Thursday that covers salaries and expenses, the court asked for almost $6 million in addition funding to “expand security activities conducted by Supreme Court Police to protect the justices.” Threat assessments have shown “evolving risks that require continuous protection,” the budget request said.

The court also asked for an addition $585,000 to fund new IT positions that would, among other things, address cybersecurity issues.