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Aim Security Secures $18M to Power Up GenAI Security for Businesses

By Greg Tavarez

Enterprises are in a tight spot as AI permeates their operations. From chatbots interacting with customers to AI-powered tools like Microsoft 365 and GitHub Copilot streamlining workflows, AI offers a powerful boost to efficiency and growth. However, security teams struggle to keep pace with the unique data privacy and security risks inherent in this technology.

The dilemma is stark; either restrict AI use altogether which hinders business goals, or deploy it and potentially expose the organization to vulnerabilities. Security concerns revolve around the data AI systems are trained on, potential privacy breaches and the possibility of the systems themselves being compromised. Malicious actors could manipulate data to alter AI outputs or exploit vulnerabilities to gain unauthorized access to sensitive information.

This "catch-up" game requires a nuanced approach. Enterprises need to find a middle ground that balances the benefits of AI with security protocols that cover everything.

Enter Aim Security.

The enterprise-trusted partner enables the secure adoption and use of AI across enterprise organizations and recently announced $18 million in Series A funding led by Canaan Partners, with participation from the company’s seed investor, YL Ventures.

While AI’s rapid integration has left security teams scrambling to address novel threats, Aim takes the wheel and offers a proactive, all-encompassing security platform designed specifically for the “Wild West” of AI.

Aim not only safeguards sensitive data and fends off supply chain vulnerabilities, but also ensures AI outputs remain untainted by manipulation. This approach has instilled trust in highly regulated industries like banking, insurance and healthcare, where even the slightest misstep can have catastrophic consequences.

Aim helps businesses unlock the full potential of AI. No longer must CISOs act as brakes on innovation. With Aim, they become allow employees to get the most out of chatbots and secure enterprise-wide AI deployments. Developers can confidently build custom AI applications, knowing Aim has their backs.

“At Aim, our mission is clear: to serve as the trusted AI security ally for enterprise security leaders and allow organizations to confidently unleash the potential of these technologies within their environment, knowing that Aim is their protection layer,” said Matan Getz, CEO of Aim Security.

The result of using Aim? Businesses, getting the most out of AI’s potential, boost revenue and efficienc. (All while navigating the road to AI adoption with improved security.)

Edited by Alex Passett
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