The chances of a rogue group using sophisticated cybertechniques to target American interests is higher than ever, according to U.S. government officials including National Intelligence Director James Clapper, who recently testified that there is evidence that terrorist groups are refining their cyberskills. Clapper's stance was echoed Sunday by members of the House Intelligence Committee, who warned the U.S. is facing a triple threat of cyberespionage, cybercrime and cyberterror that has the potential to cripple the economy.

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