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security code

(1) The number on the front or back of credit cards that is used for security. See CSC.

(2) Any password or passcode used for security. See password.
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Trusted Access by Security Code's CEO Andrei Golov and regional managing director Anis Khasun
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Strict security codes are usually practiced for the protection of prime minister while recent threats to PM Khan call for extraordinary measures.
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He said the security code was adopted by the International Maritime Organisation, which requested all member states to implement it in order to forestall terrorist attacks like that of September 11.
In the trial, the bank's payment cards have a screen on their back which displays a security code which is regularly refreshed, strengthening the security of online payments for the bank's customers.
Each transaction is authorized with a one-time unique dynamic security code, instead of using the security code from the back of the card.
KUWAIT, March 16 (KUNA) -- A senior official said here on Monday that Kuwait is abiding by measures of the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS Code).
China and the United States will hold a working group meeting this week to discuss a military security code of conduct covering international waters and airspace, the Ministry of National Defense told China Daily on Tuesday, the China's People's Daily reported.

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