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Thank you. I don't mean to cut you off, but I have a limited amount of time.
When the committee was studying cybersecurity in the financial sector, we talked about the fact that people tend to think of state actors as being the threat. I won't name them, but I'm sure everyone has an idea of the countries that could pose a threat to Canada's cybersecurity.
I realize you can't talk about it, but in this particular case, we are dealing with an individual—an individual who poses a threat because the stolen data can be sold and could end up in the hands of state actors. One of the things the committee heard was that individuals represent the greatest threat. Is that always the case? Does a lone criminal wanting to steal data pose a greater threat than certain countries we would tend to suspect?
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