Give people checking the seals a little training as to what to look for, and now they have a chance to detect a reasonably sophisticated attack. Do good background checks on insiders, and that insider threat would be much less of a concern. Overall, there's a lack of a good security culture. We can have flawed voting machines, but if we have a good security culture, we can still have good elections. On the other hand, we can have fabulous machines, but if the security culture is inadequate, it doesn't really matter. We've really got to look at a bigger picture. Our view is: It's always going to be hard to stop James Bond. But I want to move it to the point where grandma can't hack elections, and we're really not there.