Talon Cyber Security collaborates with Microsoft to provide ChatGPT access
“The productivity gains that ChatGPT enables for organizations are too game changing for us to not make an enterprise-level version of this easily available to our customers,” said Ofer Ben-Noon, CEO, Talon Cyber Security.
“By embedding Microsoft Azure OpenAI Service in Talon’s Enterprise Browser, organizations can embrace ChatGPT for enterprise use in a manner that prioritizes security, compliance, and is ultimately within their control,” Ben-Noon continued.
With the integration, organizations can maintain optimal data protection, keeping data put into ChatGPT within the perimeter and preventing it from transferring to third-party services. When using ChatGPT in Azure OpenAI Service, the organization uses its Azure resources, so sensitive data is not delivered to other locations, improving data security and reducing risk.
Talon’s browser delivers granular features that ensure customers can leverage the benefits of ChatGPT through Azure OpenAI Service in a secure manner, including:
- Data restrictions: The Talon Enterprise Browser can limit specific user actions, such as pasting data, to prevent sensitive information from leaking to third parties. The admin can use Talon’s management console to block pasting or inputting specific data to the embedded ChatGPT window. While non-confidential content is allowed to be leveraged, data that fits sensitive patterns, such as credit cards, credentials, keys, and source code, can be forbidden to put into the service.
- Seamless, context-based accessibility: Talon enables users to use ChatGPT in an embedded window within the browser, removing the need to manually browse to a separate web page, or have multiple windows open. Plus, users are provided with context-based, easy-to-use functions to boost productivity. For example, if a user has email open, they can simply right click, and select “compose response” or “summarize” to help save time on manual tasks.
- Control features: Organizations ensure that only access is provided to the Azure OpenAI Service and no other versions that are outside of their control. They can also block the installation of extensions that leverage public ChatGPT to ensure that malicious extensions are not deployed. These features ensure that users only leverage the enterprise-grade version of ChatGPT.
“At Microsoft, we are committed to making the promise of AI real – and doing so responsibly. We believe AI is the ultimate amplifier and that AI-powered tools will help make people more creative and productive,” said Ann Johnson, Corporate VP of Security Business Development at Microsoft.
“By deploying Microsoft Azure OpenAI Service and Talon’s Enterprise Browser, joint customers can unlock productivity for their workforces with enhanced security and control,” Johnson concluded.