Securing Citizen Development at Goldman Sachs
Gartner estimates that “by 2025, 70% of new applications developed by enterprises will use low-code or no-code technologies.”
Goldman Sachs is an early adopter of Generative AI, and as they continue nurturing and developing “dozens of Generative AI projects”, as announced by senior executive George Lee, security should be paramount.
Zenity is the first company to offer comprehensive support for securing and governing Generative Al development, as well as low-code and no-code environments.
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Securing your Citizen Development Environments
How can Goldman keep up with Citizen Development? With the most comprehensive security governance platform in the world.
- Gain insight into how many people are making apps and automations across your low and no-code environments
- Spot unused and unowned resources
- Catalogue all resources as they are built
- Keep up with the volume of apps and automations in real time.
- Analyze each individual app, automation, and Copilot and identify risks according to OWASP and MITRE frameworks
- Inform security teams why violations were flagged, what the risk is, and identify next steps
- Incorporate out of the box policies that can be personalized to fit your risk profile and flag violations in real time
- Implement “if/then” playbooks to mitigate risky apps and automations, stop flows from leaking data, and limit over-sharing of apps
- Maintain autonomous security for less-technical users creating powerful apps, ensuring they’re built properly
Set a meeting with one of our low-code / no-code security experts to see how Zenity can secure Goldman Sachs’ most vulnerable environments, and learn how you can unleash the power of citizen developers along with Generative Al copilots