The FBI is turning to a security system that it says will protect its home from hackers and intruders.
In a blog post Friday, the bureau said that it plans to use a 360 security platform called 360 Security that will allow the FBI to use 360 cameras for home surveillance, home intrusion detection, and other security-related applications.
The 360 security solution is meant to allow the bureau to track an individual’s movements without a warrant and will help it identify threats, the post said.
360 cameras are capable of taking images of an individual for up to five seconds.
It also says that the cameras will be able to record video for up 30 days, allowing law enforcement to quickly determine if someone is in their home.
The FBI has previously used 360 cameras to monitor the home of a man who had been arrested for an alleged robbery and then later found himself under arrest in another part of the country.
The device was later used in the investigation of a shooting that killed an unarmed man.
The bureau has also used 360 security cameras to track the movements of fugitives in their custody.
The bureau says that 360 cameras can detect motion in a person’s body, even when the person is sitting, lying down, or in a chair.
It can also detect movements while someone is speaking and when someone is sitting and talking.
The device can also capture video of a person, or a portion of the person, in order to determine if the person has been tampering with their computer, the blog post said, according to The Washington Post.
360 security systems have been used by law enforcement agencies in the past, including the NYPD and the DEA.