The Australian Signals Directorate’s Australian Cyber Security Centre (ASD’s ACSC) has released a new publication, An
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence.
The new publication provides guidance on how to securely engage with Artificial Intelligence (AI). It offers an understanding of what AI is and how it may impact the digital services and systems that both individuals and organisations use. It also outlines considerations for AI-specific threats and the mitigations that will minimise the risks of using AI systems.
Read An Introduction to Artificial Intelligence for more information and the latest cyber security advice that you can apply in your organisation.
ASD’s ACSC will continue to expand its AI guidance as the technology develops to inform and protect Australians.
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