Assessing risks: Guarding IT with generative AI strategy

February 5, 2024
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Most industry watchers see 2024 as the year when generative AI and large language models (LLMs) will begin moving into enterprise IT.

A survey conducted with Gartner’s Peer Community of IT and security leaders found that almost all of the 150 people polled said their teams were involved in GenAI security and risk management.

IT security leaders are recognising the risks and opportunities of generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) for enterprise IT.

Rasika Somasiri, a cyber security expert at PA Consulting , believes 2024 will be the year when a consensus on defence against AI-based attacks will start to emerge, particularly as such attacks become more apparent.

There is also a risk that images and text generated by AI could infringe intellectual property rights, warns Paul Joseph, intellectual property partner at law firm Linklaters.

When using AI-generated content, he says: “Legal checks and risk analysis still need to be carried out.”

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