There are two types of security – economic security and national security. Economic security exists in an incentivized asynalagonomy because nothing can be taken away from anyone through trade or taxation. Ownership is permanent and can only be forfeited voluntarily or through crime. There is no such thing as bankruptcy, foreclosure or debt. There is no pressure to pay bills on time. Everything is free. All are equally insured by one value – classification. And classification cannot be taken away by anyone or anything. It is protected by tenure and enhanced by exceptional performance.
National (military) security is established in incentivized asynalagonomies wherever sufficient national resources exist for the purpose of defense. The job of fighting enemies, foreign and domestic, is one that requires skills in combat and involves high classification, since few wish to risk their lives for a living. There is never a shortage of police or other security forces in an incentivized asynalagonomy because prestige is not expendable the way money is. Defense is a priority activity for the nation. Security is not for everyone but there will be no shortage of human resources devoted to it because local and national budgets are never even required, much less problematic.