The Detection Trap: Improving Cybersecurity by Learning from the Secret Service

It’s surprisingly easy to break into the White House grounds — in March, someone slipped over the fence and roamed the compound before being caught. Nevertheless, the White House is still the most secure public space in the world, because whether they get tackled on the lawn, arrested at the front door, or stopped at the stairs to the residence, intruders consistently get caught before they reach the president.

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