New Security Concepts
PETER C. KRATCOSKI
Introduction: The Concept of Security
The term security can take on various meanings, depending on the context in which it is used. For example, in Webster’s New Collegiate Dictionary (1973, 1045), security is defined as “being free from danger; freedom from fear or anxiety; freedom from want or deprivation.” Having total security in the sense of not having to be afraid of being physically harmed, and ...