U.S. CISA and UK NCSC Announce AI Secure Guidelines, CyberSN Assists CISOs with Hiring AI Security Engineers

The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the UK National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) have unveiled guidelines for secure AI system development. This initiative, endorsed by 23 domestic and international cybersecurity organizations, is a significant stride in establishing guidelines for building security into AI systems.

Guidelines for Secure AI System Development

These guidelines complement the U.S. Voluntary Commitments on Ensuring Safe, Secure, and Trustworthy AI and underscore the necessity of adhering to 'Secure by Design' principles. They offer critical recommendations for the development of AI systems, focusing on ownership of security outcomes, radical transparency, accountability, and the establishment of structures prioritizing secure design.

This guidance aims to assist in making informed decisions regarding the design, deployment, and operation of machine learning AI systems.  

Support in Hiring AI Security Engineers

CyberSN and its commitment to the cybersecurity community is empowering CTOs and CISOs in hiring AI cyber professionals by releasing an AI Security Engineer job builder.  This role encompasses a range of skills and essential knowledge areas essential for this role, including securing AI operations, threat modeling, and awareness. 

The newly released guidelines and CyberSN’s emerging functional AI Security Engineer role, positions CTOs and CISOs to rapidly assemble robust cyber teams, enabling them to be at the forefront of AI security.

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