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Generative AI Safely Unlocked for Regulated Industries with Public Release of Liminal

AI security platform launches out of private beta with a roster of enterprise partners, securing generative AI in healthcare, life sciences, public sector, education, financial services, and insurance.

Generative AI is driving one of the largest booms in productivity since the industrial revolution. However, enterprises operating in regulated environments are acutely aware of the risks associated with generative AI concerning data security, privacy and sovereignty. Fresh on the mind of executives are the high-profile leaks of proprietary information, leading to cascading bans on employees using this technology.

A recent survey by Salesforce reveals these bans may not be having the desired effect, with over half of the users who reported utilizing this technology indicating they are doing so without consent from their organizations. Further, a separate study conducted by Liminal showed that 63% of employees would be comfortable sharing personal or proprietary corporate data with generative AI tools, regardless of company policy.

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A team of prior executives from Amazon Web Services and FIS joined forces to build Liminal, a unique security platform allowing regulated enterprises to safely use generative AI, across every use case. Their model-agnostic, horizontal approach ensures organizations have complete control over the data submitted to these tools in every interaction – whether through direct engagements, through the consumption of off-the-shelf software with generative AI capabilities, or via generative AI-enabled applications built in-house.

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“We want every organization to have the ability to say yes to generative AI,” said Steven Walchek, Liminal’s Founder and CEO. “With Liminal, CIOs and CISOs can securely administer generative AI while protecting their most sensitive data across every use case, regardless of the model(s) they want to use.”

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“Generative AI will continue to proliferate and become increasingly specialized. We have strong conviction in Liminal’s approach to solving for the critical barrier to organizational adoption,” said High Alpha Partner Eric Tobias. “We’ve been excited to invest in Steve, and the work of the Liminal founding team, since the first day we met. Their successes to date are empowering a new era of value creation driven by unlocking generative AI for enterprises in regulated industries.”

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