Lighthouse GenAI Assessment

Lighthouse brings its GenAI assessment for Microsoft Copilot

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Seattle, USA: Lighthouse, has launched its new compliance and eDiscovery solution GenAI Assessment for Microsoft Copilot. The new offering will help enterprises to address the complexities and risks related to generative AI implementations.

Lighthouse is a provider of technology-enabled eDiscovery, compliance and information governance services.

Backed by its deep familiarity with generative AI in the compliance and legal technology space, the Lighthouse Gen AI Assessment for Copilot helps companies assess issues such as data co-mingling, unauthorised data access, and unintentional dissemination of personally identifiable information (PII), all things to consider when deploying new technology.

The Lighthouse GenAI Assessment includes the following components:

Environment scan. An advanced scan of the Microsoft 365 tenant to understand the organisation’s data footprint and how this impacts Copilot implementation.

Opportunity and gap analysis. In-depth interviews with stakeholders to understand an organisation’s intended use cases, strategy and vision for Copilot. This allows Lighthouse to identify potential Copilot implementation risks.

Legal and compliance deployment guide. A robust report detailing the learnings from the environment scan and opportunity/gap analysis. Lighthouse provides recommendations on how to mitigate or remediate identified gaps and how to deploy Copilot within the organisation pragmatically.

“The new Lighthouse GenAI Assessment for Microsoft Copilot builds on our long history of legal technology innovation and implementation,” said Jamie Brown, Lighthouse’s VP of Information Governance.

“Our consulting practice is centred on advising clients about legal and regulatory risks associated with using new technology. We do that a few ways, but it starts by understanding how the technology works, and how businesses want to use it, and then assessing that reality against an evolving legal and regulatory landscape. It’s a complex, iterative, and ever-evolving process that requires differentiated knowledge, particularly with enterprise tools like M365,” added Brown.