Security System

  • (noun): An electrical device that sets off an alarm when someone tries to break in.
    Synonyms: security measures, security
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on security, security system, system:

Security Architecture - Legal Issues and Global Regulation
... Cyber Security is a growing field ... Cyber security has to do with making sure that hackers and data breaches do not happen ... Their are many cyber security student programs out there that can help you pursue a career ...
Liberator (Blake's 7) - Systems and Equipment - Security System
... Liberator was protected by a telepathic security system which was the first device encountered by Blake, Jenna and Avon before they could take control of the ship ... Seen used on the flight deck, the system projected a mental image of someone the target trusted, or loved ... In creating the images, the system attempted to lure the target closer to a deadly sphere of energy ...
Mythology Of Lost - Plot Devices - The Man in Black/The Monster
... season one, when the character Danielle Rousseau describes the monster as a "security system" for the Island, specifically the ruins of the temple on ... Robert, describes the monster as a security system that guards the island's temple ... It has been repeatedly described as a "security system." It emerges from vents in the ground to attack people, though it does not always attack those ...

More definitions of "security system":

  • (noun): (computing) a system that enforces boundaries between computer networks.

Famous quotes containing the words system and/or security:

    Nothing is so well calculated to produce a death-like torpor in the country as an extended system of taxation and a great national debt.
    William Cobbett (1762–1835)

    We now in the United States have more security guards for the rich than we have police services for the poor districts. If you’re looking for personal security, far better to move to the suburbs than to pay taxes in New York.
    John Kenneth Galbraith (b. 1908)