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Implications of generative AI for enterprise security

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Providing sensitive information to Generative AI programs such as personally identifiable data (PII), protected health information (PHI), or intellectual property (IP) needs to be viewed in the same lens as other data processor and data controller relationships. As such, proper controls must be in place.

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How to create secure, collaborative and productive digital workspaces

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For IT, this means selecting the right technology that protects corporate assets and centralizes management of corporate intellectual property (IP), while making business information easy to access from devices employees want to use, as well as creating a work experience that’s collaborative and has comparable performance to being in the office.

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Modern Network Security: How Technology and Smart Practices are Reducing Risk

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For networking security leaders, too many blind spots in their network security operations means too many vulnerabilities. With the shift to hybrid work, data, applications, intellectual property, and personal information is no longer stashed safely behind a corporate firewall. Network Security

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Generative AI: 5 enterprise predictions for AI and security — for 2023, 2024, and beyond

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Zscaler Enterprises will work to secure AI/ML applications to stay ahead of risk Our research also found that as enterprises adopt AI/ML tools, subsequent transactions undergo significant scrutiny. The data privacy and security risks of AI applications themselves Not all AI applications are created equal.

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Sharing Responsibility for Data Security in the Cloud

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As organizations shape the contours of a secure edge-to-cloud strategy, it’s important to align with partners that prioritize both cybersecurity and risk management, with clear boundaries of shared responsibility. The security-shared-responsibility model provides a clear definition of the roles and responsibilities for security.”.

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China-US AI talks Tuesday have absurdly low expectations

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He served on the Intellectual Property Crime Committee. China’s propensity for intellectual property theft raises questions about its willingness and ability to carry through any potential commitments.

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Understanding the security shared responsibility model in an as-a-service world

CIO

As organizations shape the contours of a secure edge-to-cloud strategy, it’s important to align with partners that prioritize both cybersecurity and risk management, with clear boundaries of shared responsibility. The security-shared-responsibility model provides a clear definition of the roles and responsibilities for security.”

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