The Secret Service Could Learn From Alarm and Security Professionals
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According to an article in Security Sales & Integration magazine, the most recent fiasco at the White House, where a man claiming to be an Iraq War veteran successfully climbed over the fence and then ran directly inside the White House unimpeded, simply defies the criticality regarding foreseeability of this threat. It
should have been immediately intercepted and neutralized using advanced electronic security, physical security and law enforcement tactics.
The author asks, “Shouldn’t the White House doors have automatically locked, assuming magnetic locks were in place, as soon as alarms signaled a breach of the fence and/or a breach on the property itself? And who has been charged with the duty to service, maintain and if required, replace outdated security system technologies which are no longer reliably operating at the White House? ” To read the entire article, click here