Veritas Survey Finds Workers are Putting Businesses at Risk by Oversharing with GenAI Tools

By neub9
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Veritas has released a new survey uncovering the risks associated with workers oversharing sensitive information with generative AI tools. According to the survey, nearly 31% of global office workers admit to inputting potentially sensitive data into generative AI tools, such as customer details or employee financials.

Some key findings from the survey include:

  • 61% of global workers fail to realize that entering sensitive information into generative AI tools could publicly leak sensitive data.
  • 63% of global respondents do not understand the impact of their actions on their organization’s data compliance regulations.
  • American office workers are the worst offenders, with over 54% admitting to entering sensitive or confidential information into a generative AI tool or knowing a colleague who has.

Download the full “Survey: Generative AI in the Workplace” report HERE.

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