Ltg Ed Cardon: Being in the Army, you don’t win on the defense, right? And so – because the problem is you know you have to be right a hundred out of a hundred times. Your attack must be right one out of a hundred.
JIm Flyzik: Excellent point.
Ltg Ed Cardon: And so I think it demands better information sharing and intelligence. And you have to be able to -- we got to understand where we got to compromise, how do we operate while at compromise and then get them out as fast as we can while that’s on going.
And so I think the better resilience in a network, better, faster medication, and then technology that before on hard risk security hard-wired in to begin with –
JIm Flyzik: Right.
Ltg Ed Cardon: I think we’ll help us a lot in the long run. So we’re going to be in the defense but the bottom line, we can make that defense a lot stronger if it’s in depth all the way from the device, all the way to the cove.
JIm Flyzik: Right. Very well put. Excellent.
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