"Future cyberattacks could target the information that financial service corporations and their clients use 'to create and capture value and to maintain market integrity,' he wrote. 'Some of the new cyber attacks will simply aim to steal this information. Others will attempt to alter or manipulate it to create business and market effects.' "
Are metaphorical alarm bells sounding?
As for real alarm bells, you may not be able to trust them. From PC Magazine, see "Emergency Alert System Vulnerable to Hackers, Report Finds." They state:
"According to Seattle-based IOActive, the systems that intercept emergency messages from federal officials and then interrupt regular broadcasts to transmit the message - known as DASDEC - are susceptible to cyber attacks."