Securing GenAI in the Enterprise

Opaque Systems released a new whitepaper titled “Securing GenAI in the Enterprise.” Enterprises are chomping at the bit to use GenAI to their benefit but they are stuck. Data privacy is the number one factor that stalls GenAI initiatives. Concerns about data leaks, malicious use, and ever-changing regulations loom over the exciting world of Generative AI (GenAI), specifically large language models (LLMs).

Seven Reasons why Data Security Needs AI

Today data holds the key to business success. Enterprises are embracing the power of data to improve marketing effectiveness, identify new revenue opportunities, personalize customer experiences, and improve operational efficiency.   However, the increasing complexity of the data landscape is making it a huge challenge to provide users and applications with fast access required, while ensuring regulatory compliance. In this contributed article, Noam Biran, Velotix VP Product, offers seven trends that suggest why more intelligent and automated solutions are needed to enable data governance.

WormGPT – The Generative AI Tool Cybercriminals Are Using to Launch Business Email Compromise Attacks

SlashNext published a research report detailing a unique module based on ChatGPT that was created by cybercriminals with the explicit intent of leveraging generative AI for nefarious purposes. These research findings have widespread implications for the security community in understanding how bad actors are not only manipulating generative AI platforms like ChatGPT for malicious purposes, but also creating entirely new platforms based on the same technology, specifically designed to do their ill-bidding. 

Top Three Cloud Data Security Predictions for 2023 

In this contributed article, Amit Shaked, CEO and co-founder of public cloud data protection startup Laminar, shares his perspective on what the data security landscape is shaping up to be in 2023. The cycle of business and innovation agility led to data proliferation and unintentional consequences of lost and stolen sensitive data. However, 2023 can be a year that data security professionals break that cycle.

Achieving Data and Legal Compliance in the Event Industry

In this contributed article, Devin Clearly, VP of Global Events at Bizzabo, discusses how to balance the benefits and risks in the new era of event data and best practices for ensuring data security, privacy and compliance. Data security and legal compliance must be top of mind for today’s event industry organizers. Data is currency in the digital age.

2021 Trends in Data Strategy: Doing More With Less

In this contributed article, editorial consultant Jelani Harper suggests that organizations seek technology to do more with less during today’s turbulent business conditions. Data strategy elucidates what ‘more’ entails, whether it really can be achieved with less, and the longstanding consequences of leveraging various technologies to this end. It requires companies to uncover the intricacies of proactive and reactive approaches to improve what they do poorly, enabling them to achieve what they currently can’t.

6 Steps: Getting Ready for CCPA

Within the past few years, there has been growing concern about the need to manage and protect an individual’s personal data. States such as California are enacting legislation for data protection, like the California Consumer Protection Act of 2018 (CCPA). Download the new white paper from Io-Tahoe that presents some suggestions for ensuring that your organization is prepared for implementing auditable and reportable compliance with the CCPA. 

At the Crossroads of Compromise: The Problem of Data Security

In this contributed article, Farhan Javed, Co-founder and Corporate Development Lead for Inkrypt, discusses the severity of the threats that data breaches pose to all online systems, what precautions need to be taken in order to mitigate attacks, and the compromises that need to be made between customer and company to ensure airtight security for all.

What’s Your Risk of Data Loss in 2018?

In this contributed article, Sheza Gary, a technical director at Algoworks, discusses how the risk of data loss, in the current environment of large scale breaches, is accelerating and should be taken seriously.

Unifi Software Delivers the Only Comprehensive Platform for Self-Service Access to Data

Unifi Software, the Data as a Service platform, governed by IT and enabling business users to access data across the enterprise on a self-service basis, announced the most comprehensive suite of data management features in its latest release, Unifi Version 2.0. Customers are already taking full advantage of the new capabilities in Unifi and solving business data problems to deliver solutions such as compliance analytics, audience analytics, sales micro-targeting, Customer 360 marketing analytics, ERP consolidation and real-time e-commerce shopping cart abandonment reduction.