Experts, club members disagree on how to secure Mar-a-Lago

"“I certainly doubt that patrons and also the president would endorse that level of security, given that it’s a commercial interest of his,” said Richard Forno, assistant director of the University of Maryland-Baltimore County’s Center for Cybersecurity and director of the Cybersecurity Graduate Program.

Forno said the incident isn’t so much an issue of cybersecurity, as it is a physical security issue.

“Really, it comes down to better physical security controls,” he said. “Had that been in place, this woman would not have gotten inside.”"