Securable [adjective]

Definition of Securable:

achievable, available

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In September, Erik Johnson, an 18-year-old engineering student at Miami University in Ohio, said he poked around the files Proctorio saves to users’ computers because he wanted to understand how the company kept students’ data secure.

It said Zoom’s misleading claims about giving users a secure channel of communication while offering a lower level of protection gave people a false sense of security.

Republicans expect turnout for an oddly timed, post-Christmas election to be a more conservative collection that makes their path clearer to securing the Senate majority.

Following the results, Uber sent an email to its drivers suggesting that “the future of independent work is more secure” now that the measure has passed.

With Republicans likely to defeat one Democratic incumbent, Democrats probably need to flip four Republican-held seats to secure that coveted majority.

“This is going to be the most secure election that we’ve ever had,” he said.

Annie Clark, a Collins campaign spokeswoman, said Collins secured other significant changes to the bill.

We want to get a positive decision from the corps, secure a partner, and get into state permitting.

Any company that hopes to move from being a good company to maybe someday being a great company has, as its foundation, talented, financially secure, financially healthy employees.

Labour secured 49% of the party vote and an expected 64 seats in the 120-member Parliament.