Ltg Ed Cardon: So Jim we’ll just highlight four areas.
JIm Flyzik: Okay.
Ltg Ed Cardon: So first, we've created a global standardized security posture. So then we can better see our networks and these allows better, quicker identification, analysis and mitigation to both attacks and vulnerabilities.
The second big one is we've established two regional cyber centers one in the United States, one in Europe as far. And what we've -- this enables us to do is harness intelligence to inform our efforts now and better protecting to defend our networks.
The third part is information sharing agreements and primarily after this point, this has been with government counter intelligence law enforcement and the intelligence community, but clearly that has to open up over time to the private community as well, much like the Department of Homeland Security has done.
And finally, as Marshall talked about network modernization is critical because we have to reduce our attack sections. Networks are formed from the bottom and now we’re trying to create a top-down structure to consolidate that.
I think those four things are areas for making huge progress, but as Marshall said not fast enough.
JIm Flyzik: Yeah, that’s interesting.
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