Cyberspace enables connections, whether between individuals, organizations, governments, or some combination of the three. In fact, one can argue that enabling simple, fast, and reliable connections over vast distances and at enormous scales is the key feature of cyberspace that makes it so revolutionary. Such connections have allowed individuals, organizations, and governments to conduct business, manage activities, and deliver services at an unprecedented speed, scope, and scale. Through the network effect, these connections have enabled a handful of hardware, software, and protocol systems to become almost ubiquitous. Easy, reliable connections have permitted certain platforms, like cloud service providers, to grow to extraordinary sizes and become indispensable to thousands of organizations. Finally, these rapid connections have allowed us to extend the trust and confidence usually reserved for in-person relationships across great distances and at large scales.