The U.S.’s top counterintelligence and security agency recently published a list of five technology sectors vital to U.S. national and economic security that it says are vulnerable to malicious actors and adversaries.

According to the National Counterintelligence and Security Center, those five prized sectors are artificial intelligence, bioeconomy, autonomous systems, quantum information science and technology, and semiconductors.

“These sectors produce technologies that may determine whether America remains the world’s leading superpower or is eclipsed by strategic competitors in the next few years,” the NCSC says.

Although the threat mainly comes from near-peer adversaries, such as China and Russia, it isn’t limited to those countries. In addition to publishing the list, the U.S. intelligence community is contacting private industry with advice and training to protect U.S. national security and the U.S.’s competitive advantages.