Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles go ahead. Technology. You had a statement from Jake Sullivan last night on the Microsoft related breach. Just curious of that. Affected any government, computers, departments, agencies and any more color detail? Sure. Uh, this isn't And for anyone who didn't see, um, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan's tweet last night, he spoke to the Microsoft breach that's been reported. But, uh, this is his significant vulnerability that could have far reaching impacts. Um, first and foremost, this is an active threat. And as the national security adviser tweeted last night, everyone running these servers government, private sector academia needs to act now to patch them. We are concerned that there are a large number of victims and are working with our partners to understand the scope of this. So it's an ongoing process, Trevor, I would say, uh, network owners also need to consider whether they have already been compromised and should immediately take appropriate steps. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure security agency issued an emergency directive to agencies, and we're now looking closely at the next steps we need to take. It's still developing.