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NSA Releases Guidance on Secure Deployment of External AI Systems

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NSA Releases Guidance on Secure Deployment of External AI Systems

The National Security Agency has published a cybersecurity information sheet to guide National Security System owners and Defense Industrial Base firms deploying externally developed artificial intelligence systems.

Titled “Deploying AI Systems Securely: Best Practices for Deploying Secure and Resilient AI Systems,” the CSI is the first release from the NSA’s newly established Artificial Intelligence Security Center. The guidance extends to all entities integrating AI capabilities, especially in high-risk environments, the NSA said.

Dave Luber, the NSA’s director of cybersecurity, emphasized that while AI offers substantial opportunities, it can also facilitate malicious activities. Hence, the NSA seeks to provide guidance on cybersecurity, share its expertise on AI and conduct advanced threat analysis.

The guidance is the result of the NSA’s collaboration with the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, the FBI and international partners, including the Australian Signals Directorate’s Australian Cyber Security Centre, the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security, the New Zealand National Cyber Security and the United Kingdom National Cyber Security Centre.

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