The removal of personnel or units from area under enemy control. The removal of personnel or units from areas under enemy control by stealth, deception, surprise, or clandestine means.
Exfiltration is also a term used by civil engineers. It is method for managing storm water runoff.
In computer terms, Exfiltration refers to the unauthorized release of data from within a computer system. This includes copying the data out through covert network channels or the copying of data to unauthorized media.
An end to exfiltration: at University of Marylands's new IT/ E building, the foam sheathing/ metal framing wall system is designed to eliminate air exfiltration and condensation, and maintain energy efficiency. (Insulation Section).
Oct 01, 2002; With energy-efficient R-10 extruded polystyrene insulation, and an air and water barrier installed outboard of the steel studs...
Setting technical criteria for outbound content monitoring; 'Exfiltration' reports must stand up to legal scrutiny.(Exfiltration Detection System)
Jun 26, 2006; Byline: Rodney Thayer Yet another term describing products that monitor the transmission of data out of your network is...