I'm sure some of the other members would be able to respond in some specific instances, but I don't think they'll get into too much detail, of course.
I think generally for our members across the country the short answer to the question would be yes, we have that, and we continue on an ongoing basis to constantly review it. Every time there's an incident, whether it's in an individual company's service territory, a neighbouring utility, or somewhere else, every time there's another event we learn from it. The industry generally learns from it. So there's a process of constantly seeking to improve the security, not just physical but also on the IT security side. So that's a constant and evolving process.
However, I'm not sure anybody would want to tell anybody in a public forum precisely what specific actions have been taken. But I can assure you that every company is constantly learning from every experience.
A couple of incidents were mentioned by Mr. Comartin, and I'm certain all of our members have made adjustments by learning from that. We do take very much a lessons learned approach to every incident that happens here in Canada and in the United States, both within our industry and in some of the other sectors as well.
Do the members want to discuss some of their individual circumstances?