And you also talked about your response to cyber-events. I'm going to run out of time, so I'll ask two questions at the same time, Mr. Chair.
In layman's terms, can you give us the process of how you respond to those cyber-events in terms of attacks on the system, trying to mine data, trying to misrepresent, misinformation, or whatever?
My second question is really to the RCMP. If, in this case, Anonymous is identified and is found to be just south of the border or outside the country somewhere, what's the process? How do you, then, get at the individual in terms of charging them with a crime and getting them to face the consequences of that crime in this country, when it happens over the Internet, outside the country?
So there are two questions, one to Mr. Gordon and one to the assistant commissioner.