This chapter aims to illustrate basic details of the background, history, and development of intelligence as a corporate function. It examines the continuing evolution of security intelligence in the corporate environment and the concept of Enterprise Management. A variety of push and pull factors are currently greatly increasing the level of interest in both corporate security and intelligence within the private sector. The fundamental essential feature of corporate security intelligence is that it be of use to the decision maker at whatever level is required. A traditional problem has also been the somewhat self-contained nature of corporate security. Traditionally, this function has sat as something of a black box within the business, lacking real integration with other corporate functions. Enterprise Risk Management is an increasingly popular accepted approach for identifying, analyzing, responding to, and monitoring risks and opportunities in the corporate operating environment.