Enterprise Security Intelligence (ESI)
Definition - What does Enterprise Security Intelligence (ESI) mean?
Techopedia explains Enterprise Security Intelligence (ESI)
Part of the idea of ESI is that businesses need to move beyond just anti-malware, anti-virus and firewall systems for network security. Experts and consultants often recommend looking in detail into data in transit and data at rest, to bring security solutions that are going to safeguard sensitive information like client identifiers and trademark secrets.
Enterprise security intelligence can be applied in different ways. Some types of ESI may include monitoring network data, for example, when companies use technologies like OpenDNS or other services to protect dangers through the Internet. Other kinds of security intelligence may come from analytics machines or other sources that look at where network use is least secure and how vulnerabilities could be exploited or, alternatively, fixed.
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