ChatGPT: A New Security Risk for Businesses?

ChatGPT: A New Security Risk for Businesses?

For example, if a generative AI tool is given access to a company’s customer data, it could potentially generate output that contains customer names, addresses, and credit card numbers. This data could then be used by criminals to commit identity theft or other crimes.

In addition to data leaks, generative AI tools could also be used to generate malicious code. For example, a generative AI tool could be used to generate code that could infect a company’s computer systems with malware. This malware could then be used to steal data, disrupt operations, or even take control of the systems.

The report found that ChatGPT was the most banned generative AI tool, with 32% of respondents saying that they had banned it. CopyAI was the second most banned tool, with 28% of respondents saying that they had banned it. Jasper was the third most banned tool, with 23% of respondents saying that they had banned it.