Well Web services are nothing more than a way for users to interact with applications.
First, I do not think there is any silver bullet to solving the technology side of the security equation.
One of the things that has been truly incredible to observe though, is the amount of venture investment that has gone into early stage security technology.
The U.S. and Israel probably lead the way in terms of venture investment in technologies companies focused on the security paradigm. That is quite encouraging.
I don't think there is any franchise more powerful than ours around securing the consumer experience and we will not concede that to anyone including Microsoft.
If you accept that security is a process, and if you can eliminate the human interaction or intervention in that process by automating more, that is a good thing.
We need to shift the paradigm from reactive technologies to more integrative solutions that deal with the variety and complexity of the threats that are out there today.
Over the near term there is clearly the opportunity to work with Microsoft to do to a better job of creating a more secure Windows experience for users around the world.
First, our focus on security is on the infrastructure itself. So it is all about how you protect the network, the device, and the application that is riding on the server.
Right now we have a closure rate between discovery and exploitation of four to six months. We need to be more in the realm of seven to 10 days. That is an enormous challenge.