The Perfect Heist: Analysis Of 23 Robberies From US Sandia Labs

I was doing some googling and I came across this report from Sandia National Laboratories: The Perfect Heist; Recipes From Around The World (pdf).

It is an analysis of 23 robberies from high value targets around the world, including commonalities and lessons learned.

I thought this conclusion was interesting:

An important implication of this information is that a security system for high-value items that principally (or solely) relies on keyed locks, cameras, and unarmed guards may be at high risk for exploitation and defeat.

Thoughts?

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