Host security

Host security

The security to which a warrant is attached.

Host Security

A security with a warrant attached to it. A warrant is a certificate issued with a security giving the holder the option of buying a stock at a certain strike price for a certain period of time. They are issued by companies during a round of financing as an added incentive to buy a security. Most of the time, the host security is also a stock, but this is not always the case. See also: Equity warrant.
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* Host security -- to harden servers against attacks.
BAGHDAD / NINA / -MP from Sa'iroon Alliance, Raed Fahmi demanded the parliament to host security leaders, to explain the causes of assassination crimes that recently affected activists and activists and social figures in Basra and Baghdad, in preparation for addressing and eliminating them , stressing that the maintenance of significant security improvements, requires political stability parallel to promoting community peace and cohesion.
Calculate the increased host security situation in rth recursion:
You may need to evaluate what kind of firewall to use at different points on your system and whether you also need better host security.
In addition to updating the five existing Tenable DBIR dashboards (Account Weakness, Browser Vulnerabilities, Incident Pattern Monitoring, Network and Host Security; formerly called Indicators of Compromise in 2015, and Vulnerabilities and Malware Collection), new dashboards and ARCs include:
Host security architecture: Includes vulnerability scanning, patch management and device control
Previously, he served as a vice president at Symantec in several roles, including the consumer products and client and host security divisions.
We will include specialised zones for our customers that we have been serving across the region, a speaker zone with international guest speakers that will also host security consultants that we have partnered or will be able to partner with, and a technology zone.
HRH Prince Khalifa also stressed the importance of research and studies centres in tackling regional and global security issues, highlighting the kingdom's keen interest to host security and stability conferences out of its belief in their (security and stability) importance as perquisites for development.
The work is divided into six sections covering organizational security, cryptography, access control and identity management, network security, application, data and host security, and threats and vulnerabilities.
While the security benefits of taking this approach - including the likely mitigation of Stuxnet itself - would to the casual observer appear to be sufficient to motivate Control System owners and operators to follow this advice, the decrease in reliability related to the ongoing deployment of relatively untested software patches or relatively unknown host security software has been perceived as a greater threat than the likelihood of the attacks they are meant to address.