The security guards who failed to stop them should be punished, too.
Although this is a notoriously difficult checkpoint, security was tightened for the arrival of the American president.
Then it suggested a security guard who had actually died two months before the crime had taken place was the man responsible.
The judge decided on Sunday not to broadcast the trial live for security reasons.
Today the security situation on the ground is indistinguishable from what it was three years ago.
"That will do," she said, when she had satisfied herself of its security.
So then, spite of my care and foresight, I am caught, caught in my security.
This dependence on the people is the security that they will not act wrong.
There would be no security at all for rights if this were not so.
The security of individual property is the foundation of all social improvement.
mid-15c., "condition of being secure," from Latin securitas, from securus "free from care" (see secure). Replacing sikerte (early 15c.), from an earlier borrowing from Latin; earlier in the sense "security" was sikerhede (early 13c.); sikernesse (c.1200).
Meaning "something which secures" is from 1580s; "safety of a state, person, etc." is from 1941. Legal sense of "property in bonds" is from mid-15c.; that of "document held by a creditor" is from 1680s. Phrase security blanket in figurative sense is attested from 1966, in reference to the crib blanket carried by the character Linus in the "Peanuts" comic strip (1956).