perimeter defense


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perimeter defense

A defense without an exposed flank, consisting of forces deployed along the perimeter of the defended area.
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[caption id="attachment_61149" align="aligncenter" width="640"] TNT KaTropa guard RR Pogoy riddles Magnolia's perimeter defense with holes in overtime in the PBA Philippine Cup Sunday at the Mall of Asia Arena.
The Salukis also played lockdown perimeter defense, as they limited the Herd to just 14.3% (3-for-21) shooting from behind the arc.
The Warriors won't have Klay Thompson at full strength, so Smith can take advantage of weaker perimeter defense. 
He also showed his perimeter defense in their 85-62 victory over University of the Philippines as he hounded Paul Desiderio for the full 94 feet of the parquet floor.
Coach Dana Altman felt Oregon's perimeter defense suffered at times last season because the Ducks knew that Chris Boucher and Jordan Bell were waiting at the rim.
(25) Balad Air Base had an effective perimeter defense, but the base commander had no authority outside of it.
Perimeter defense 6% Incident response 10% Data hygiene/ 21% information governance Intrusion 37% detection/ prevention systems Penetration 25% testing Source: Nuix, J he Mack Report: Decoding the Minds oj Hackers Note: Table made from pie chart.
There are less conversations about the perimeter defense, there are more talks about the behavioral analysis, about the control of internal security.
Moreover, their advocacy of the vital importance of "frontier allies" is cut from the same cloth as the perimeter defense concept inherent in U.S.
Once the perimeter defense is established and supplies are received and ready for distribution, rest and meal plans can be prepared.
Founded in 1994, the company is a leading provider of thermal imaging systems for applications such as border management, perimeter defense and security of sensitive sites.
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