What is Enterprise Security?
Enterprise security refers to the process which is used by an organization to protect its information assets (data, servers, workstations, storage, networks, applications, etc.) from breaches of confidentiality, integrity, or availability. It encompasses the technology, people, and processes involved in maintaining a secure environment for digital assets. Because it encompasses the enterprise, this security has an additional focus on the legal and cultural requirements of securing data assets that belong to an organization’s user base. Enterprise security is about the security of an organization itself but begins with human resources. Enterprise security is concentrated on data center, and web server operations.
What are the business benefits of Enterprise Security?
Enterprise security helps improve operational efficiency by providing comprehensive protection against any threat.
Enterprise security architecture can avert physical access, social engineering, and script-bot assaults from remote locations.
It implements a set of encryptions on data transfers and the implementation of firewall settings for allowed user access to ensure robust security for the organization.