The growing use of unsanctioned generative AI, or shadow AI, within organizations puts data privacy, security, and brand reputation at risk. A recent study by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Grammarly found that 80% of respondents using gen AI for all their writing and editing at work said their company hadn’t adopted it yet.¹
Learning to identify safe options that mitigate risk is critical to long-lasting, transformative value.
Watch Suha Can, CISO at Grammarly, Scott Roberts, CISO at UiPath, and Jay Schwitzgebel, CISO at ModMed, for insights into how gen AI is changing the cybersecurity landscape. You’ll come away with best practices for crafting effective use policies for generative AI deployments and evaluating a vendor’s security and privacy posture.
1. Commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Grammarly | Maximizing Business Potential with Generative AI: The Path to Transformation, July 2023.
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Scott is responsible for all aspects of information security at UiPath. Prior to his current role, Scott was the Chief Information Security Officer at Coinbase Cloud, the "AWS of Blockchain" for developers at Coinbase. He previously held the role of Director of Android and Pixel Security Assurance at Google, where he was responsible for securing over 3 billion users. Earlier, Scott held product leadership roles at Amazon Web Services and Microsoft, including Microsoft Security Response Center and within the Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle program.
Jay serves as ModMed’s CISO. He has over 25 years of experience in cybersecurity, starting his career in the US Air Force, where he gained security experience with the Air Force Computer Emergency Response Team. More recently, he’s held various security leadership roles in health IT. Jay received his BS from Penn State University in electrical engineering and his MS in engineering management from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
Suha leads data security efforts, protecting Grammarly’s millions of customers. Before Grammarly, his lifelong passion for securing the internet led him to oversee security engineering at Amazon Payments as Director of Security and to lead company-wide product security and response teams at Microsoft.
Commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Grammarly |Maximizing Business Potential With Generative AI: The Path to Transformation, July 2023.