I don't think there's any difference just based on the order of terms in an acronym. Protecting via Securing and Containing is the same as Containing and Securing in order to Protect.
However, language is open to interpretation, so "Secure Contain Protect" can itself mean a few things, without moving things around. It can be "Securing things to Contain their Protection" or it can be "Secure things Containing Protection", it can mean…. oh heck, it can mean whatever it needs to mean.
At the end of the day, there's "something" that the Foundation "does". This "something" can be derived from an amalgam of things they've "done" - ie, all the current procedures on the main list. THAT is what the Foundation does. Trying to go backwards and derive Foundation actions based on an acronym makes less sense than looking at what the Foundation does and interpreting the acronym thusly.