Jan. 31, 2024, 7:32 p.m. | Frederic Lardinois

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Securing generative AI-based applications from prompting attacks, ensuring that they don’t leak sensitive data or create malicious output or results that may violate privacy regulations is becoming a real business. We’ve already seen some startups in this space and today, Tel Aviv-based Aim Security is joining the fray with a new GenAI security platform and […]


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