This is a variant of the Self-Gripping Hook and boasts of a larger throat to handle bulky hanging mechanisms such as rope or woven fabric and macrame. The most significant distinction is in the security bail much like that found on a carabiner. This prevents an item from becoming dislodged, providing the reference to "secure" in the name. The bail is removable if you prefer.
Self-Gripping is a term used to describe premium hooks that require no hand tightening. These hooks use the weight of the hanging item to tighten against the cable or cord.