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Intel Heads Now Fear Cyber Attack More Than Terror 13 Mar 2013 America's biggest national security threat could come not from bullets or bombs in a terrorist attack, but from a computer keyboard. That's the assessment of a cadre of the nation's top intelligence officials, who told Congress Tuesday that cyber attacks lead the numerous national security threats the United States faces. It is the first time since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks [inside job] that anything other than the an extremist threat has been the top concern in the Intelligence Community Worldwide Threat Assessment, which is presented annually to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. James Clapper, Director of National Intelligence, told the panel Tuesday that cyber and financial threats were being added "to the list of weapons being used against us" and which help define a new "soft" kind of war.