I don't know the risk assessment of Colonial Oil operating online versus operating offline. Is it possible for them to operate offline and still conduct their business efficiently? Or, if they haven't already, will they eventually HAVE to go online again to operate their business efficiently? If they do HAVE to go online, they are going to have to make some serious investments in cyber security and hire some good analysts to man their Security Operations Center. If they don't, they will become a victim again and I am sure their will be calls for the U.S. government to intervene and regulate these companies to make sure they make the required investments in cyber security given they operate critical infrastructure. This attack also highlights how vulnerable some of our critical infrastructure is to attack. That's very serious and pretty scary. I hope this is something the U.S. government is taking seriously and paying attention and is not ignoring or sweeping under the rug.