Yes, I think that cyber terrorism should hold a priority equal to that of infrastructure, maybe even a higher priority. While both topics are important, experts agree that a large scale cyber terrorism attack could reek havoc on many vital U.S. interest's. The financial sector and markets are vulnerable to c.t. and the potential for widespread chaos is evident. Worldwide financial transactions are conducted on-line and are constantly being scrutinized by hackers who wish to do our economy harm. Additionally, all types of commerce could be manipulated and bring markets to a halt.
The state of our infrastructure is in dire need of repair with roads, bridges.tunnels, and even septic systems lacking in routine maintenance. Some authorities believe the infrastructure is on the verge of collapse. This would have a detrimental effect on our way of life and would be the catalyst for further civil unrest.
Failure to adequately address both issues will result in social ills that may be unrepairable.