Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning , Big Data Security Analytics , DevSecOps

Addressing CISOs' Concerns About Generative AI Security

Microsoft's Oberoi on Executive Awareness, Governance Challenges in AI Security
Herain Oberoi, general manager, Microsoft Security

As conversations around the intersection of artificial intelligence and cybersecurity continue to intensify, CISOs are increasingly voicing their top concerns regarding the use of generative AI, data protection and regulatory governance, said Herain Oberoi, general manager, Microsoft Security.

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To address these concerns, Oberoi said, Microsoft has introduced initiatives such as the AI Hub in Microsoft Purview, which provides "end-to-end visibility" into AI applications and associated risks, as well as AI posture management in Microsoft Defender for cloud.

"AI risk isn't just cybersecurity risk. AI risks bleed into privacy risk. You have to think about copyright risk. You have to think about content provenance. Where does this generated content come from? And so it becomes the responsibility not just for the CISO, it's a responsibility for chief data officers. It's oftentimes the responsibility for the general counsel and the legal departments and organizations as well," he said.

In this video interview with Information Security Media Group at RSA Conference 2024, Oberoi also discussed:

  • Strategies to ensure data security and privacy, such as classification, labeling and data loss prevention;
  • The importance of executive and board-level awareness of the risks associated with generative AI;
  • How organizations can effectively govern the use of AI within their operations.

Oberoi has experience working at startups and midsized and large organizations across data, AI/ML and cybersecurity domains.


About the Author

Mathew J. Schwartz

Mathew J. Schwartz

Executive Editor, DataBreachToday & Europe, ISMG

Schwartz is an award-winning journalist with two decades of experience in magazines, newspapers and electronic media. He has covered the information security and privacy sector throughout his career. Before joining Information Security Media Group in 2014, where he now serves as the executive editor, DataBreachToday and for European news coverage, Schwartz was the information security beat reporter for InformationWeek and a frequent contributor to DarkReading, among other publications. He lives in Scotland.




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