Security

Combination of measures and human and material resources intended to safeguard civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference.

Security

Piece of paper that proves ownership of stocks, bonds and other investments.
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Security

In relation to financial markets, the paper right to a (generally tradeable) asset. In this context the term includes Bills of Exchange, bonds, share certificates or any other interest-bearing paper traded on financial markets; An asset pledged to ensure the repayment of a financial obligation (e.g. loan), and forfeited in the event of a default on...
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Security

Generic name for a stock or share. Stocks are fixed-interest securities and shares are the rest.
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security

[n] - the state of being free from danger or injury 2. [n] - a formal declaration that documents a fact of relevance to finance and investment 3. [n] - property that your creditor can claim in case you default on your obligation 4. [n] - defense against financial failure 5. [n] - a department responsible for the security of t...
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Security

A charge or mortgage over assets taken to secure payment of a debt. If the debt is not paid, the lender has a right to sell the charged assets. Security documents can be very complex. The commonest example is a mortgage over a property.
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Security

Security is one of the biggest concerns for those planning or implementing wireless LANs. WEP has been proven to be insufficiently secure for most organisations, and so new schemes have been devised, including 802.1x/EAP, 802.11i,Cisco LEAP, WPA, EAP-TLS, EAP-TTLS, PEAP, layered VPN, Layer 2 encryption gateways, enterprise wireless gateways and mor...
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Security

A piece of property designated as collateral.
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Security

Collateral provided by a debtor to support his or her promise to pay. A creditor may require some rights over valuable property in order to lend or supply, e.g. a charge over land. The security will be used to satisfy that creditor in the event of default.
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Security

A charge or mortgage over assets taken to secure payment of a debt. If the debt is not paid, the lender has a right to sell the charged assets. Security documents can be very complex. The commonest example is a mortgage over a property.
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Security

Security is an essential part of many types of software, since there will be data that needs to be protected. This is particularly important for business software, since there is likely to be sensitive data, which you don't want some people to be able to change, or even see. Your business software should provide you with the flexibility to be able ...
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Security

A financial asset such as a share or bond.An asset which is offered by a borrower... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/security.htm?id=1303&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of security'>more</a>
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Security

A financial instrument that entitles the owner to some stream of future cash flows, or an asset that has been used to secure a loan....more on Security
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security

In finance, assets that may be sold if a borrower defaults on a loan. For example, when a person takes out a mortgage on a house, the house acts as security for the lender. If the person cannot...
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Security

Is a piece of property designated as collateral.
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Security

Se·cu'ri·ty noun ; plural Securities . [ Latin securitas : confer French sécurité . See Secure , and confer Surety .] 1. The condition or quality of being secure; secureness. Specifically: (a) Freedom from apprehension, anxiety, or care; ...
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security

surety noun a guarantee that an obligation will be met
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security

security measures noun measures taken as a precaution against theft or espionage or sabotage etc.; `military security has been stepped up since the recent uprising`
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security

security department noun a department responsible for the security of the institution`s property and workers; `the head of security was a former policeman`
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security

noun freedom from anxiety or fear; `the watch dog gave her a feeling of security`
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security

surety noun property that your creditor can claim in case you default on your obligation; `bankers are reluctant to lend without good security`
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security

noun the state of being free from danger or injury; `we support the armed services in the name of national security`
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security

noun defense against financial failure; financial independence; `his pension gave him security in his old age`; `insurance provided protection against loss of wages due to illness`
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security

noun a formal declaration that documents a fact of relevance to finance and investment; the holder has a right to receive interest or dividends; `he held several valuable securities`
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Security

• (n.) Freedom from risk; safety. • (n.) One who becomes surety for another, or engages himself for the performance of another`s obligation. • (n.) Something given, deposited, or pledged, to make certain the fulfillment of an obligation, the performance of a contract, the payment of a debt, or the like; surety; pledge. • (n.) Th...
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