DNSFilter Adds Comprehensive Protection Against Generative AI

DNSFilter announced today the expansion of its protective DNS software with a new Generative AI category. DNSFilter's enterprise-grade defense provides organizations of all sizes the ability to secure their network against harmful threats such as malware, botnet, and phishing in order to reduce corporate risk.  Enterprise security teams who manage and secure tech infrastructure need to address PII protection, and GenAI tools have introduced a new threat to that guarded corporate information.

As Generative AI rapidly gains traction in the business world, many companies have rushed to implement this emerging technology without a deep understanding of the cybersecurity implications. Threat actors are now taking advantage of this new attack surface.

The DNSFilter team saw the proliferation of GenAI sites first-hand in their network data; there was a 279% increase in GenAI sites accessed on the DNSFilter network between January 2023 and August 2023 when looking only at the top seven GenAI sites of the year (including OpenAI's ChatGPT).

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