Following this week’s breach of several federal agencies, a new CNBC survey of technology executives found that most believe state-sponsored cyber warfare is the most dangerous threat to their enterprise. The survey was conducted over the last two weeks by CNBC with members of its CNBC Technology Executive Council.

Fifty-percent of the respondents believe that state attacks pose the biggest threat, while 32% of those technology executives surveyed also said that defining a national cybersecurity protocol should be the top priority for the incoming Biden administration and new Congress.

In addition to cybersecurity being a top priority for the incoming U.S. presidential administration, the CNBC survey also found that 41% of technology executives surveyed believe that the Biden presidency will have a positive impact on their company or organization over the next four years.