anti-intrusion technology

anti-intrusion technology

[‚an·tē‚in′trü·zhən ‚tek¦näl·ə·jē]
(computer science)
One of the different ways in which an attack on a computer system can be detected and countered, including prevention, deterrence, detection, deflection, and diminution.
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Ambrosiana Library officials note that Steril-Aire UVC technology is an important element in a total protection strategy that also includes unbreakable temperature-controlled display cases with sensors, a 24/7 surveillance system, state-of-the-art anti-intrusion technology and an internal fire protection system.