Best 530 of Security quotes - MyQuotes
One of the strongest lessons I learned in doing six months of work on retirement topic was how absolutely crucial the Social Security system is for the great mass of Americans. The research of professionals and our own reporting convinced me that many millions of people are not capable of effectively managing the finances for their own retirement.
Safety and constancy were illusions granted only to those afraid enough not to peer beyond the walls.
Louisa Thomsen Brits
To be in a situation characterised by hygge is to be in a state of pleasant wellbeing and security, with a relaxed frame of mind and an open enjoyment of the immediate situation in all its small pleasures - a state one achieves most often with close members of one's social network in a home-like setting. -Judith Friedman Hansen
Mehmet Murat Ildan
Walking in a beautiful narrow street is an excellent way of discovering life with the feeling of security!
To have paranoia, it's nothing bad it's like your antivurs system on your computer, it makes as much secure as possible.
I never sought to privatize Social Security.
By letting the IoT devices into our everyday life, it is not like we entered the zoo, but we released the animals into our world.
If! If! If! There were so many ifs in life, never any sense of security, always the dread of losing everything.
Have you ever or are you now involved in espionage or sabotage, or in terrorist activities, or genocide? I think we can put a big yes down for all of the above.
When you've got a new family, any kind of security you can have is great.
God gave you two eyes and two ears and only one mouth. Watch, listen, and observe before you speak or engage. - Raising A Strong Daughter: What Fathers Should Know by Finlay Gow JD and Kailin Gow MA
[Mathematics] is security. Certainty. Truth. Beauty. Insight. Structure. Architecture. I see mathematics, the part of human knowledge that I call mathematics, as one thing—one great, glorious thing. Whether it is differential topology, or functional analysis, or homological algebra, it is all one thing. ... They are intimately interconnected, they are all facets of the same thing. That interconnection, that architecture, is secure truth and is beauty. That's what mathematics is to me.
There's a compounding and unraveling chaos that is perpetually in motion in the Dark Web's toxic underbelly.
In this cyberwar, industry is on their own and must combat nation states, cyber mercenaries, cyber caliphate and other actors via layered security laced with intelligent machines.
Agu Jaachynma N. E.
In your emotions: exercise Joy over sadness.
Duty and honor are oft enough realm only for those with security to afford them.
By not burning their poppy fields to the ground but instead maintaining a security umbrella that international development agencies could safely work under as they improved these ordinary people's lives, we would win their 'hearts and minds' in the classic manifestation of a successful counter-insutgency operation. [...] Maybe our Western values world somebe instilled in these people. But in country where the average life expectancy was 42 and with the price of that life coming in contrasting cheap at $10 plus the bonus of martyrdom, or alien values might just as equally not be snapped up.
T. K. Naliaka
If people's night fears of sorcery - which negatively influences their decision to use mosquito nets - fail to impress the outsider, the brute everyday reality remains; in a number of rural African villages it is still much too common for very real hyenas to snatch people, especially children, out of their own homes as they lie sleeping at night, because of the lack of a good front door.
I can't let safety and security become the focus of my life.
Supporting God's Scriptural ability to give or restrain man's desires, Jerry Bridges points to an amazing verse tucked away in Exodus 34:24. As Israel's people abandon their defense entirely to have a feast before Him three times per year, God says the surrounding peoples will be entirely devoid of even the logical desire to possess their land.
2/3rds of unexpected deaths are wiping out a family's assets due to a lack of insurance cover. Protect your assets, Protect your family.
Any system that values profit over human life is a very dangerous one indeed.
My nose wrinkles at the reek of the trickle of data flowing to the device in his hands; no security system devised by man can withstand the relentless destructive pressure of boredom.
If we had always thought from a so-called practical angle – we would’ve never had anything new in this world. We would’ve hidden under the security of practicality and taken no risk, we would have never discovered heart transplantation as a new possibility, we would’ve never thought curing cancer patients a possibility, and we would’ve never discovered a new galaxy in the universe. Taking the cover of practicality is more or less like hiding under the cover of security for fear of failure.
In a conservative courtly culture an artist of his (Rembrandt's) kind would perhaps never made a name for himself at all, but, once recognized, he would probably have been able to hold his own better than in liberal middle-class Holland, where he was allowed to develop in freedom, but which broke him when he refused to submit any longer. The spiritual existence of the artist is always in danger; neither an authoritarian nor a liberal order of society is entirely free from peril for him; the one gives him less freedom, the other less security. There are artists who feel safe only when they are free, but there are also such as can breathe freely only when they are secure. The seventeenth century was, at any rate, one of the period furthest removed from the ideal of synthesis of freedom and security.
For most of our history, Americans enjoyed both liberty and security from foreign threats.
Order and good government, and along with them the liberty and security of individuals, were in this manner established in cities, at a time when the occupiers of land in the country, were exposed to every sort of violence. But men in this defenceless state naturally content themselves with their necessary subsistence; because, to acquire more, might only tempt the injustice of their oppressors. On the contrary, when they are secure of enjoying the fruits of their industry, they naturally exert it to better their condition, and to acquire not only the necessaries, but the conveniencies and elegancies of life.
In einem maßlosen Staat [...] gibt es vielleicht ein wenig mehr Sicherheit, aber ganz sicher sehr viel weniger Freiheit.
I think you open a door to happiness when you let go of the idea that it includes security and permanence. when you accept the ephemeral nature of all things.
Mary Tyler Moore
I have always been a combination of both security and insecurity.
What we want to work with manufacturers on is to figure out how can we accommodate both interests in a sensible way? How can we optimize the privacy, security features of their devices and allow court orders to be complied with?
I don’t care how secure you think your organization is, I’ll social engineer my way inside in less than 24 hours regardless of the sophistication of your IoT microcosm security. Whatever obstacles I run into exploiting your technical vulnerabilities will be made up for by exploiting the vulnerabilities in the cyber hygiene of your staff.
Sometimes to reassure you, you do not have to deceive yourself in thinking to have certainties, just understand that you do not need them.
There is no security in following the call to adventure.
Anything in your life that’s acting as a security blanket is only smothering the person you were born to be.
Dream about things that envelop your being like a comfortable blanket.
Confirmation bias is the most effective way to go on living a lie.
It's not 2038 that Social Security is bankrupt. It's now.
Only prisoners were ever granted easy passage into a prison.
Being ninty nine percent sure opens for a possibility that you might be a hundred percent wrong.
If I love a dose of (good) theology or philosophy, I probably also love discipline, improvement, wisdom, and challenges. If I hate it, I am probably too comfortable and proud to try to question myself.
Never give a cheap people an easy access in your personal life. He or she always will endanger you, your family, your fame and your wealth. Before permit the access, it's better to double check his or her background for your privacy, safety and security.
Privacy is not for the passive.
This is part of what a family is about, not just love, but letting others know there’s someone who is watching out for them. It’s what I missed so much when my mother died—what I call your ‘spiritual security’—knowing that your family will be there watching out for you. Nothing else will give you that. Not money. Not fame.
Dick Van Dyke
I've made peace with insecurity... because there is no security of any kind.
Curtis Tyrone Jones
Some situations are just like bad dreams, they're only unbearable while we're giving them our full attention.
You can't reign in obscurity; you can't shine in your comfort zone.
Novelty and Security: the security of novelty, the novelty of security. Always the full thing, the whole subject, the true subject, stood just behind the one you found yourself contemplating. The trick, but it wasn't a trick, was to take up at once the thing you saw and the reason you saw it as well; to always bite off more than you could chew, and then chew it. If it were self-indulgence for him to cut and polish his semiprecious memories, and yet seem like danger, like a struggle he was unfit for, then self-indulgence was a potent force, he must examine it, he must reckon with it.
Indemnity for the past and security for the future.
Well, you can implement a Perl peek() with unpack('P',...). Once you have that, there's only security through obscurity.