What is security department?

  • (noun): A department responsible for the security of the institution's property and workers.
    Synonyms: security

Some articles on security, security department:

2001 In Afghanistan - September
... The United Nations Security Council had banned international flights by Ariana Afghan Airlines except for humanitarian reasons as part of sanctions imposed over the Taliban's refusal ... A formal National Security Presidential Directive submitted on September 9, 2001, had outlined essentially the same war plan that the White House, the CIA and the Pentagon put into action after the ... A British security official said that, if evidence emerges that Saudi-born exile Osama bin Laden was behind the September 11th attack, an attack on Afghanistan was an ...
Biography - Stark Industries/International - Staff
... Tony Stark - CEO Joseph Jeremy "Joe" Arnold - One of the Security Department heads ... David Beaumont - One of the Security Department heads ... Arturos Benning - One of the Security Department heads Friday Happy Hogan - Tony Stark's bodyguard ...
Corporate Security - Introduction
... At the same time, security risks have become more complex, too ... terrorism, organised crime and information security, are asymmetric and networked, making them more difficult to manage ... As a result, security has a higher profile in the corporate world today than it did five years ago ...
Trans Link (Vancouver) - Transit - Transit Security
... Coast Mountain Bus Company operates the security department for Translink, commonly known as the Transit Security Department ... Transit Security Officers are mobile, ride buses and trains, inspect fares, issue fines and patrol TransLink properties ... Transit Security Officers are authorized to arrest persons committing criminal offences on or in relation to any TransLink property, as per the Criminal Code of Canada ...

Famous quotes containing the words department and/or security:

    We all live in a house on fire, no fire department to call; no way out, just the upstairs window to look out of while the fire burns the house down with us trapped, locked in it.
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