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secure

Emergency care
verb To attain a thing, as in to secure an airway.

Informatics adjective
Referring to a computer system in which data is protected from unauthorised access.

secure

adjective Informatics Referring to a computer system in which data is protected from unauthorized access. See HIPAA.

secure

1. Free from danger, fear, care, or worry.
2. Under lock and key.
3. Stable; protected.

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For sensitive operations, such as accessing archived data or recovery of failed systems, a quorum of trusted employees can be used to ensure that no individual can defeat security.
The American Dictionary of the English Language formally defines "risk" as "the possibility of suffering harm or loss; danger." "Management" is defined as "the practice of managing, handling, or controlling something." The definition of "security" is "freedom from risk or danger." With these terms formally defined, the blended definition roughly describes risk management and security as the practice of controlling and mitigating the amount of loss an organization will have to endure because of any adverse action or situation, whether intentionally or unintentionally initiated.
One commonly asked question from prospective tenants: is the building's security system sufficient to deter intrusion into tenant suites?
The Department of Homeland Security has installed machines capable of reading electronic passports at several U.S.
But it does make sense in light of the administration's Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) with the governments of Mexico and Canada that would effectively erase the national borders within North America on the path to forming the North American Union patterned after the European Union.
Building complex security forces uses many of the same processes found in complex weapon system development.
Worse, you may already have a wireless security problem--even if your technology staff hasn't deployed a single wireless access point.
"With application security becoming such a critical concern for IT organizations, DevPartner SecurityChecker helps development and testing teams locate and identify security vulnerabilities to secure their applications from attacks."
Usually a taxpayer can exclude workers' compensation from his or her gross income but may be required to include Social Security benefits, including disability benefits.
This year's federal budget includes more than $4 billion for homeland security research and development.