Thank you for the question.
The concept of cyber being borderless is an actuality. The biggest threats that we monitor and pay attention to come from the Internet, a network that we all interoperate in because we have to.
When we create interoperable environments with our allies, we take the same prudent approach by creating firewalls and gateways that can control the traffic such that we can monitor it and manage our equities. It's not an open network that is unfettered. To give you the impression that somehow we're interconnected with our allies without any protection would be wrong. We do a lot to manage our security inside the Department of National Defence.