NCSC updates machine learning (ML) security principles

24/05/2024 | NCSC

The UK National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has updated its security principles for machine learning (ML). Originally published in August 2022, the principles cover the secure design, development, deployment, operation, and end-of-life of ML systems. The latest update includes risks to large language model (LLM) systems, an increased focus on supply chain security and life cycle management, and security-by-design.  

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machine learning (ML), artificial intelligence (AI)

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