Pritchard: Ten minutes Jensen. Make it snappy.
Jensen: What do you want?
Pritchard: As much as I hate to admit it, I need your help. That signal you shut down in D-R-B territory. It's been active for almost a year.
Jensen: You're telling me someone outside this company has had access to our network since before the first attack?
Pritchard: I detected intrusions before and shut them down swiftly, every time! But whoever designed this particular algorithm is good. Very good.
Jensen: You've told Sarif?
Pritchard: See, here's the thing. The intrusions were possible because of a backdoor access into our security system that I never even knew existed.
Jensen: The one Sanders' team used to get inside our plant.
Pritchard: I've worked here for seven years, Jensen, and this is the first time I've seen that particular access route. David Sarif created it, specifically to bypass the firewall. He's hiding something, and I think you should find out what it is.
Jensen: Why me?
Pritchard: Because, as far as I can tell, Sarif created that access and was streaming a lot of data through it, shortly after your ex-girlfriend suggested he hire you. Don't you have some investigating to do?
Jensen: Boss, we need to talk.