I agree that there are some detailed questions that are best asked and answered in camera. But there are some general questions, I think, that can be asked. For instance, I know a little bit about security from past life, and I would imagine that you're working with the national security agencies which is where our state of the art best efforts would be. We also know that there's very little that we do completely independent of our allies, particularly the U.S.. It's reported today, I just want to know if this applies. It's reported today that the President of the United States has still not given an absolute direction to the security forces of the U.S. to take whatever action necessary. That straight up order has not yet been given, as I'm reading in the news today. I'm just wondering if they haven't issued that order and their national security apparatus isn't seized of the issue formerly on direction from the commander in chief, then how much is there for our security agencies to tap into if they're not doing anything? In other words, I doubt we would do it alone. We would want to do it in concert. We're allies. We have common international opponents. Therefore I would think we would do things in concert if they don't have that order and aren't moving forward, where does that leave us? Is that a huge problem for us that the U.S. has not engaged in the way the world would kind of expect on their own cyber problems, and how does that relate to us given the overlap of our security apparatus with theirs?