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Strategies for maintaining
security in 7 Points
Prof Alexander Filts
Lviv , 2017, August 18
Toward the Definitions - 1: SECURITY as a
FREEDOM from Danger
• Def. 1. Security – M. WEBSTERS: the quality or state that
provides for freedom from danger, from fear or anxiety of
EXTERNAL THREATS and from the prospect of being SOCIAL
OR CIVILISATORY ISOLATED.
• Def. 2. Sicherheit (Security – Germ.) – DUDEN: Zustand des
Sicherseins, Geschütztseins vor Gefahr oder Schaden;
höchstmögliches Freisein von Gefährdungen (A state to be
protected against threats, maximal freedom from danger).
• Def. 3. Безпека (Security -UKR — Dictionnary: Such a state
of the system, when the action of EXTERNAL FACTORS does
not lead to termination of development or functioning.;
Toward the Definitions – 2: our own approach
– a balance between freedom and danger.
• What does mean maintaining of security ?:
1. To provide OPTIMAL FREEDOM in the presense of REAL or VIRTUAL Risks of
Danger.
The main factor here is the EXPECTATION of Danger.
THAS: Security is always a COMPROMISE or
BALANCE between freedom and dangerous
expectations.
This Definition is universal for all major security types: for
physical, social (inclusive Informational) and
psychological ones.
Point 3: Summing up.
The main strategy for maintaining and providing safety for security –
relying on just-stated definition – is to find the OPTIMAL balance or to
create the OPTIMAL compromise between freedom and danger IN
CONCRETO.
It means that such a strategy can not be developed only on the basis of
ONLY GENERALN THEORETICAL PRINCIPLES.
And that’s because ANY OPTIMAL SOLUTION involves
taking into account ALL THE SPECIFIC AND CONCRETE
CIRCUNSTANCES of real local situation.
Point 4: What does mean Strategy in our
Discourse?
• The strategy in our discourse means that we must have two
POSSIBILITIES for saving security:
• 1. To provide BALANCING between subjective (feeling of freedom)
and external (danger) REALITIES. This is predominantly a challenge for
PSYCOLOGICAL PART of STRATEGY.
• 2. To provide the COMPROMISE between existing RISKS of THREAT
and its possible CONCEQUENCES. This is predominantly a challenge
both for SOCIAL (inclusive Informational) and PHISICAL PARTS of
STRATEGY.
Point 5: Toward the final version of Security
Definition
• Summing up all previouse aspects, we can come to the final
definition:
The security strategy should provide OPTIMAL
FREEDOM when it comes to RISK AWARNESS of
REAL THREATS.
Poit 6: An Example in the context of
conference setting.
• If for example I’m going to the conference with original, extremely
problematic or even provocative (in positive sense) report, I hope that I can
express my thoughts quiet enough FREELY AND WITHOUT FEAR of
ostracism from my colleagues and even enemies.
• At the same time, I’m AWARE that I may be misunderstood, that my
colleagues can condemn me for breaking conference traditions, that they
can start to separate themselves from me and that I can get into
professional and after that in SOCIAL ISOLATION.
• I understand that social isolstion is a big THREAT, especially for me in my
current life situation. But I HOPE that the risks of my ostracism can be
exaggerated and the REEDOM of my opinion may positively be appreciated
not only be my colleagues, but by my opponents as well.
Point 7:The End
• Because I feel safe at this conference, than I allowed myself to express
my vision of the main conference problem – that is about security - as
much FREELY as possible. It is an OPTIMAL BALANCE for me.
I think that my feeling of security at this conference is an OPTIMAL
COMPROMISE between my desire to speak to You and the RISK on the
way from Berlin to the conference.
TNANK YOU!!!

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Oleksander Filts - Strategies for maintaining security

  • 1. Strategies for maintaining security in 7 Points Prof Alexander Filts Lviv , 2017, August 18
  • 2. Toward the Definitions - 1: SECURITY as a FREEDOM from Danger • Def. 1. Security – M. WEBSTERS: the quality or state that provides for freedom from danger, from fear or anxiety of EXTERNAL THREATS and from the prospect of being SOCIAL OR CIVILISATORY ISOLATED. • Def. 2. Sicherheit (Security – Germ.) – DUDEN: Zustand des Sicherseins, Geschütztseins vor Gefahr oder Schaden; höchstmögliches Freisein von Gefährdungen (A state to be protected against threats, maximal freedom from danger). • Def. 3. Безпека (Security -UKR — Dictionnary: Such a state of the system, when the action of EXTERNAL FACTORS does not lead to termination of development or functioning.;
  • 3. Toward the Definitions – 2: our own approach – a balance between freedom and danger. • What does mean maintaining of security ?: 1. To provide OPTIMAL FREEDOM in the presense of REAL or VIRTUAL Risks of Danger. The main factor here is the EXPECTATION of Danger. THAS: Security is always a COMPROMISE or BALANCE between freedom and dangerous expectations. This Definition is universal for all major security types: for physical, social (inclusive Informational) and psychological ones.
  • 4. Point 3: Summing up. The main strategy for maintaining and providing safety for security – relying on just-stated definition – is to find the OPTIMAL balance or to create the OPTIMAL compromise between freedom and danger IN CONCRETO. It means that such a strategy can not be developed only on the basis of ONLY GENERALN THEORETICAL PRINCIPLES. And that’s because ANY OPTIMAL SOLUTION involves taking into account ALL THE SPECIFIC AND CONCRETE CIRCUNSTANCES of real local situation.
  • 5. Point 4: What does mean Strategy in our Discourse? • The strategy in our discourse means that we must have two POSSIBILITIES for saving security: • 1. To provide BALANCING between subjective (feeling of freedom) and external (danger) REALITIES. This is predominantly a challenge for PSYCOLOGICAL PART of STRATEGY. • 2. To provide the COMPROMISE between existing RISKS of THREAT and its possible CONCEQUENCES. This is predominantly a challenge both for SOCIAL (inclusive Informational) and PHISICAL PARTS of STRATEGY.
  • 6. Point 5: Toward the final version of Security Definition • Summing up all previouse aspects, we can come to the final definition: The security strategy should provide OPTIMAL FREEDOM when it comes to RISK AWARNESS of REAL THREATS.
  • 7. Poit 6: An Example in the context of conference setting. • If for example I’m going to the conference with original, extremely problematic or even provocative (in positive sense) report, I hope that I can express my thoughts quiet enough FREELY AND WITHOUT FEAR of ostracism from my colleagues and even enemies. • At the same time, I’m AWARE that I may be misunderstood, that my colleagues can condemn me for breaking conference traditions, that they can start to separate themselves from me and that I can get into professional and after that in SOCIAL ISOLATION. • I understand that social isolstion is a big THREAT, especially for me in my current life situation. But I HOPE that the risks of my ostracism can be exaggerated and the REEDOM of my opinion may positively be appreciated not only be my colleagues, but by my opponents as well.
  • 8. Point 7:The End • Because I feel safe at this conference, than I allowed myself to express my vision of the main conference problem – that is about security - as much FREELY as possible. It is an OPTIMAL BALANCE for me. I think that my feeling of security at this conference is an OPTIMAL COMPROMISE between my desire to speak to You and the RISK on the way from Berlin to the conference. TNANK YOU!!!