U.S. Intelligence Chief Says Cyberattacks Could Disrupt Financial Networks

Browdie, Brian
March 2013
American Banker;3/14/2013, Vol. 178 Issue 40, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on Director of National Intelligence James Clapper's' testimony before the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee on March 12, 2013 about hacktivism and denial of service attacks against American banks and businesses. The article notes Clapper said cyberattacks have the potential to disrupt financial networks as well as impact the economy and national security. It also notes the Chinese government denied allegations that China is supporting cyberattacks against the U.S.


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