What is another word for Security Service?

Pronunciation: [sɪkjˈʊ͡əɹɪti sˈɜːvɪs] (IPA)

The term "Security Service" is often interchangeable with other synonyms, depending on the context and the nature of the security being provided. Some synonyms for security services include "protection services," "guard services," "surveillance services," and "safety services." Other similar terms can be used more broadly, such as "security solutions" or "security systems," which can refer to a range of products and services that help ensure safety and protection. In some cases, more specific terms may be more appropriate, such as "cybersecurity services" for online protection or "private investigation services" for specialized investigative work. Regardless of the terminology used, the overarching goal remains the same: to keep people and property safe from harm.

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What are the hypernyms for Security service?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    security agency, security firm, guard service, protection service, protective agency, protective organization, security company.

Famous quotes with Security service

  • It is an irony of fate (or a triumph of folly) that Hamas was created, in fact, with the help of Israel itself. Much as the Americans created the al-Qaeda of Osama bin Laden in order to fight against the Soviet army in Afghanistan, Israel supported the Islamic movement in the occupied territories as a counterweight to the PLO. The assumption was that pious Muslims would spend their time praying in the mosques and would not support the secular PLO, which was then considered the arch-enemy. But when the first intifada broke out at the end of 1987, the Islamists organized as Hamas (the Arabic initials of "Islamic Resistance Movement") and quickly became the most efficient underground fighting organization. However, the Security Service started to act against them only after a whole year of the intifada had passed.
    Uri Avnery

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