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October 2021

Breaching the U.S. Capitol's Perimeter Security

On 6 January 2021, a mob stormed the U.S. Capitol and delayed a joint session of Congress that was in the process of certifying the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election results.

After the attack, the U.S. Senate Committees on Rules and Administration and Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs launched an investigation into the security posture of the Capitol leading up to the incident.

The congressional report made a series of recommendations to improve security assessments, planning, and implementation at the Capitol that private security professionals can learn from.

Perimeter Protection

Protecting a New Perimeter

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic changed so much of daily life, there was a transformation happening in workplaces. Physical boundaries were no longer the only perimeter defining secure workplace access.

Are You on the Path to Better Security?

The daily task of securing people and places is constantly changing. Everyday matters can range from monitoring alarms to ensuring compliance during a global pandemic—it all depends on the day. Your ability to adapt quickly relies on having access to the right technology.
Perimeter Management

Perimeter Security: Going Beyond the Fence

Recent innovations in security software allow teams to redefine perimeter security to look beyond the fence line, being more specific about what to monitor and how, and even linking perimeter security to identity management.
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