Security And Threats Of Security

explanatory Essay
1819 words
1819 words

Security refers to freedom from, or resilience against, potential harm (or other unwanted coercive change) from external forces. Beneficiaries (technically referents) of security may be persons and social groups, objects and institutions, ecosystems, and any other entity or phenomenon vulnerable to unwanted change by its environment.
As a term, security is most commonly used to refer to protection from hostile forces, but it has a wide range of other senses: for example, as the absence of harm (e.g. freedom from want); as the presence of an essential good (e.g. food security); as resilience against potential damage or harm (e.g. secure foundations); as secrecy (e.g. a secure telephone line); as containment (e.g. a secure room or cell); …show more content…

In this essay, the author

  • Defines countermeasure as a means of preventing an act or system from having its intended effect.
  • Explains the defense in depth school of thought that a wider range of security measures will enhance security.
  • Defines exploit (noun) as capitalizing on a security system's vulnerability.
  • Defines resilience as the degree to which a person, community, nation or system is able to resist adverse external forces.
  • Explains vulnerability, the degree to which something may be changed (usually in an unwanted manner) by external forces.
  • Explains that a security survey is an examination of an office and its operations regarding staff and friends resources. they recognize vulnerabilities and make suggestions on how these can be moved forward.
  • Describes physical security measures that are designed to deny unauthorized access to facilities, equipment and resources and to protect personnel and property from damage or harm (such as espionage, theft, or terrorist attacks).
  • Explains that it is up to security fashioners, modelers and examiners to adjust security controls against dangers, considering the expenses of indicating, creating, testing, executing, using, overseeing, and keeping up the controls.
  • Explains that physical boundaries, such as wall, dividers, and vehicle hindrances serve as the furthest layer of security. tall fencing, razor wire, or metal spikes are often emplaced on the border of a property.
  • Explains that security lighting is another compelling type of prevention. interlopers are less inclined to enter sufficiently bright territories inspired by a paranoid fear of being seen.
  • Explains that security refers to freedom from, or resilience against, potential harm (or other unwanted coercive change) from external forces.
  • Explains that perceptions of security vary greatly, such as a fear of death by earthquake in the us, slipping on the bathroom floor in france, the united kingdom, and us.
  • Explains that the objective of prevention techniques is to persuade potential aggressors that an effective assault is impossible because of solid safeguards.
  • Explains that threats are communicated intent to inflict harm or loss on another person. dangers are generally seen in creature conduct, especially in a ritualized frame.
  • Explains that poor management of hostels poses security threats, as potential terrorists can use them to plan activities elsewhere in the city.
  • Explains that most hostels are owned and run by businessmen who aim to maximize their profits by cutting down the costs. they do not even hire security guards.
  • Explains that university of management and technology employee said students were only offered rooms if they were from umt and submitted their identity cards.
  • Explains that the police had previously seized dangerous weapons from the university of management and technology hostels and the problem had been persisting since years.

Sources in the Police Department said that private hostels do not take necessary measures before renting out their rooms. The rules and regulations of most hostels of the city are extremely lenient, allowing anyone to rent a room without having to show identification or other documents. Sources said the department does not have any data about these hostels.
Most hostels of the city have not taken any measures to enforce rules and regulations. They are owned and run by businessmen who aim to maximize their profits by cutting down the costs. Consequently, the hostels' security is compromised and many such hostels do not even hire security guards.
In most hostels, there is an acute shortage of administrative and maintenance staff. However, in hostels where administrative officials are hired, the owners only question the staff about the monthly rent. It has been learnt that private employees are running the hostels' affairs and they do not focus on Standard Operation Procedure, as they are not professional administrators. Muhammad Ismail, an administrative official at a private hostel, said the hostel had displayed rules and regulations at the entrance lobby, but it was difficult to implement them when the hostel was housing many more people than it had space

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