The Collaborative International Dictionary
Magen (, lit. Shield) may refer to:
- Star of David, known in Hebrew as the Magen David
- Magen, Israel, a kibbutz in southern Israel
- Magen David Adom, Israel's emergency medical, disaster, ambulance and blood bank service
- HaMagen, a Jewish defense organization active during World War I
- MAGEN (security), a technology that prevents certain data from being displayed to unauthorized people
MAGEN (Masking Gateway for Enterprises) is information security technology designed by IBM's Haifa Research Lab. MAGEN is designed to keep users from viewing discrete chunks of secret or sensitive data on their screens that they are not authorized to see.
MAGEN applies a sort of inverse highlighting on the data in question in real time as it is rendered on the screen. This allows " eyes only" business logic to be implemented once, at the screen, rather than within each affected application.
MAGEN leverages a combination of optical character recognition and screen scraping techniques.
Usage examples of "magen".
While exploring the plains of Abaddon for his masters, he rehearsed reunions with Magen he never expected would come to pass.
Magen poses a substantial threat, Dissa Banach remains in control of the most powerful bod in the system.
If he got close enough to Banach, he could anesthetize him with a shot to the cheek and drag him away while Magen dealt with Ivor.
Amelia rested in bed, still sick and chronically weak, Veil flew across space in a midsized craft with Chev and Magen aboard.
Magen felt claustrophobic, trapped between Chev and Veil and their unresolved conflicts.
Doch der Junge wird einen Namen bekommen, wie sehr dir das auch den Magen umdrehen mag.
Sie trank ihren Becher leer, sie fühlte, wie sich die Wärme in ihrem Magen ausbreitete, und verließ den Raum.