Deal with it or don't
I coined this phrase a while back, but it is high time that it gets documented somewhere so that when the money starts rolling in, I get my cut.
SHED security is the term used for a common type of weak security in an application. You get it – shed vs. some other type of secure structure. But SHED is an acronym for Show/Hide Enable/Disable. So this method of security is only about the UI. Hide/Disable a field, and the user can’t edit that property on the object. BAM! Secure!