Vancouver, British Columbia—(Newsfile Corp. – August 1, 2023)—Plurilock Security Inc. (TSXV: PLUR) (OTCQB: PLCKF) and related subsidiaries (“Plurilock” or the “Company”), an AI-driven cybersecurity solutions provider for workforces, is pleased to announce the availability of a new white paper focused on generative AI safety, titled, “Establishing Guardrails for AI.”
The white paper provides detailed impact data and practical guidelines to enable businesses and regulated organizations to support the use of generative AI tools in the workplace-without compromising their cybersecurity and productivity. The white paper covers essential governance, security, and technology points for safe generative AI use, including:
The concrete risks associated with the organizational use of generative AI
Key corporate stakeholders and stakeholder input to involve in AI strategies
A framework for establishing generative AI policy and governance
A framework for identifying, deploying, and configuring AI access controls
Actionable insights about technology selection and tactics in AI and AI policy rollout
The white paper also provides a concise AI guardrails checklist to enable organizations to assess their generative AI governance, security, technology, and overall rollout strategy rapidly. The white paper, provided by Plurilock as a public service to companies and security-conscious organizations, can be downloaded at no cost by visiting https://plurilock.com/ai-whitepaper/.
“Generative AI safety is an urgent concern for many organizations, as the speed at which ChatGPT and Bard have come to market has left many exposed to data leaks, security issues, and governance gaps,” said Ian L. Paterson, CEO of Plurilock. “This white paper will help organizations to know where to start-how to see the big picture, build a strategy, select tactics, and ultimately reduce the risks associated with ungoverned adoption. We hope this white paper will be an accessible, practical tool for employers who feel a step behind in navigating the complexities of AI adoption in their workforce.”
Plurilock secures workforces in the age of AI through its Plurilock AI platform, delivering advanced identity, data safety, and guard rails to safely implement AI solutions to commercial and government customers worldwide. With patented artificial intelligence and patented real-time identity confirmation technology, Plurilock AI enables zero-trust architecture and identity threat detection and response capabilities for regulated organizations with remote workforces. Through its Solutions Division, Plurilock aggregates world-class IT services and brings a comprehensive line of products that enable teams across North America and the globe to compute safely in a remote work world.
For more information, visit https://www.plurilock.com or contact:
Ian L. Paterson
Chief Executive Officer
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