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Officials worried hackers will change your data, not steal it

Officials worried hackers will change your data, not steal it


leaders are worried that the next front in malicious cyber activity will be efforts to deliberately manipulate data, altering a hacked system in such a way that users will unwittingly rely on false .

It’s the kind of hack that can send perilous repercussions reverberating through the real world. In 2013, perhaps the most high-profile data manipulation incident to date created a $136-billion free-fall on Wall Street.

At a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing Thursday, National Security Agency director Michael Rogers counted manipulation among the three kinds of cyber activity that concern him the most going forward.

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