Doug: I think we all look at the overall trends that are happening in the marketplace and certainly we see new threats coming out on a regular basis. We see increases in the macro level that impacts businesses as well. I think what may get lost in those larger numbers is that some of the key players in the marketplace reduced their attack frequency at the beginning of the year, and it was associated with what you just mentioned, associated with the key aspect that there’s a supply chain between Russia and Ukraine. While we’re all very sympathetic to Ukraine and what’s happening there, the reality is they have always been a high vector of attack, and so when you break that supply chain from a historical perspective of those who produce ransomware and those who use ransomware in the marketplace, you have an interruption. If you look at ransomware specifically, it has dropped off significantly. The claim rates in the insurance space have dropped steadily since December of last year, about when by chance the conflict began. Ultimately, we’re starting to see some of those groups regroup on each side of the border. Now, what that means is possibly an increase in ransomware continuing to happen over the next six to 12 months because now people on each side of that conflict have regrouped to both use, create, and ultimately launch ransomware attacks within their own political views. The only other thing I would add to that is, from a political views perspective, when you think about how the world will evolve from here is what influences will NATO and the U.S. have on Ukraine that could potentially also influence Ukraine’s activities within its own borders as well.
Ron: I’ll add I think the scariest part of this scenario is what we don’t know, and what I mean by that is what’s going on, what resources are in hand, what new exploits have been sort of harvested and either used or are even ready for use. You know, with state-based resources on both sides being spent to develop these tactics and techniques and exploits, it eventually acknowledges that those techniques are going to get released into the wild, into civilian space, and I think it’s going to wreak havoc on unprepared companies. You know, we’ve got rich targets in retail and healthcare. It just becomes something that we’re baking heavily into our threat intelligence gathering to keep us and them apprised, but I think that there’s some fallout that’s yet to even happen.