top of page
  • Writer's picturejmalrakeem

Executive Summary on GENAI Enterprise Data Protection and Privacy

with Shamoun Siddiqui, CISO, Upbound

Elevate Xchange April 17th 4:30p-8:30p

Roundtable Forum on Generative AI Presents Unprecedented Opportunities & Risks.

2024-04-24 5 min read (all content provided by Keysight’s website except the video)


SUBTOPIC SUMMARY:

Enterprise Data Protection and Privacy Addresses the risks associated with generative AI, such as the generation of synthetic data that could pose privacy risks or be exploited for malicious purposes. Please include how third-party platforms can support you. Let’s look at core technologies. Also, you might include SEC and Framework guidelines like NIST.



Elevate Xchange April 17 Roundtable Forum on GENAI with Shamoun Siddiqui, VP Global CISO, Upbound SUBTOPIC SUMMARY: Enterprise Data Protection, Privacy and Security Concerns: Addresses the risks associated with generative AI, such as the generation of synthetic data that could pose privacy risks or be exploited for malicious purposes. Please include how third-party platforms can support you. Let’s look at core technologies. Also, you might include SEC and Framework guidelines like NIST. Enterprise data protection and security concerns have become paramount as organizations grapple with the escalating sophistication of cyber threats and the ever-expanding digital landscape. Safeguarding sensitive corporate information, intellectual property, and customer data against unauthorized access, theft, or compromise is essential to maintaining business continuity, preserving brand reputation, and complying with regulatory requirements. From insider threats to external cyberattacks, enterprises face a myriad of challenges in implementing robust data protection measures and fortifying their security posture.


One of the primary concerns for enterprises is the evolving threat landscape, characterized by

persistent and highly targeted cyberattacks orchestrated by sophisticated threat actors. Advanced persistent threats (APTs), ransomware attacks, and supply chain vulnerabilities pose significant risks to organizational data assets, requiring proactive threat intelligence, real-time monitoring, and rapid incident response capabilities. Additionally, as remote work and cloud adoption continue to proliferate, securing decentralized networks, endpoints, and cloud environments presents complex challenges for IT and security teams.


Moreover, regulatory compliance mandates, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), impose stringent data protection requirements and severe penalties for non-compliance. Ensuring data privacy and regulatory compliance necessitates comprehensive data governance frameworks, privacy-by-design principles, and continuous risk assessments to identify and mitigate compliance gaps. Furthermore, as enterprises increasingly rely on third-party vendors and partners for critical business functions, managing supply chain risks and enforcing contractual obligations regarding data security and confidentiality are essential components of enterprise data protection strategies.


In this dynamic threat landscape, enterprises must adopt a proactive and multi-layered approach to data protection and security. This approach encompasses leveraging advanced cybersecurity technologies, implementing robust access controls and encryption mechanisms, fostering a culture of security awareness and compliance, and cultivating strategic partnerships with industry peers and cybersecurity experts. By prioritizing data protection as a strategic imperative and integrating security into every aspect of their operations, enterprises can mitigate risks, enhance resilience, and safeguard their most valuable assets in an increasingly interconnected digital ecosystem.


Listen & learn from Shamoun Siddiqui on this impactful summary of Enterprise Data Security & Privacy.

2 views0 comments

ความคิดเห็น


bottom of page