GenAI to increase risk of data breaches and enforcement

31/10/2023 | Forrester

According to Forrester, 2024 will see a continuation in the significant emphasis on innovation and adoption of generative AI (genAI), with even more organisations embracing rapid experimentation and introducing new genAI initiatives. However, with this innovation comes a raft of interconnected risks that organisations must balance with governance and greater accountability. In its 2024 predictions for cybersecurity, risk, privacy and trust, at least three data breaches will be publicly blamed on AI-generated code. Forrester also predicts an app that uses ChatGPT will be fined for how it handles personal data. However, most alarmingly, Forrester expects the number of data breaches that include a human element will increase to 90%, up from current estimates of 74%. They claim the increase will be down to the impact of genAI making social engineering attacks simpler and faster. Great.

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