The survey highlights key concerns organizations have regarding the rapid deployment of Generative AI. The predominant concern is security, cited by 60% of respondents, reflecting the critical need for robust safeguards in AI systems. Complexity is also a significant issue, with 37% acknowledging the challenges in managing these sophisticated technologies. Sourcing talent to manage Generative AI is a concern for 31%, indicating a gap in skilled professionals in this field. Equally, 30% worry about the hardware resources required and the potential for inaccurate results or hallucinations from AI models. The impact on jobs is a concern for 27%, suggesting apprehension about the workforce implications of AI. While 22% are wary of a low return on investment, a small 4% have no material concerns, and only 3% are unsure of the use cases for Generative AI. These concerns paint a picture of cautious optimism and awareness of the complexities involved in adopting Generative AI technologies.