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One in 20 workers feeding sensitive data into ChatGPT


Almost one in every 20 employees has submitted sensitive company information into ChatGPT, according to a report. The use of large language models like ChatGPT by employees raises concerns about incorporating sensitive business data into the models. Data security service Cyberhaven detected and blocked requests from 4.2% of workers at client companies to input data into ChatGPT – mainly due to the risk of leaked confidential information. Examples include an executive using ChatGPT to create a presentation using a confidential strategy document and a doctor inputting patient health information. As the use of ChatGPT and similar AI-based tools grows, the risk of data breaches is likely to increase.