NCSC launch Guidelines for Secure AI System Development

27/11/2023 | NCSC

The UK National Cyber Security Agency (NCSC) and US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), along with 21 other international agencies and ministries, have unveiled the first global guidelines for secure artificial intelligence (AI) system developmentThe guidelines, launched on Monday at the Alan Turing Institute, are designed to help developers make informed cyber security decisions at every stage of the development process and ensure that cyber security is an essential pre-condition of AI system safety. 

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