How do we ensure that advancing AI technology is developed with security in mind? Josh Davies spoke to Digital Journal about the first global guidelines for AI security developed by the U.K.’s NCSC and the U.S.’s CISA.
Originally published in Digital Journal.
“My personal opinion is that the real value we might see from such collaboration will be when we do see a large-scale AI compromise. Hopefully the involved parties are brave enough to lift the lid on what happened so everyone can learn how to be better prepared, and we can define further guidance (preferably as a requirement) beyond just secure build practices and a general monitoring requirement. But this is a good start. Is it groundbreaking? In my opinion, no. Security teams should already be looking to apply the principles outlined to any technological development. This has taken long standing DevSecOps principles and applied them to AI. I would expect it will have the most impact on startups entering the space, i.e. those without an existing level of security maturity.”
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