Research and analysis

Research on the cyber security of AI

A collection of government research reports on the cyber security of artificial intelligence, including surveys and literature reviews.

This was published under the 2022 to 2024 Sunak Conservative government



As part of the £2.6 billion National Cyber Strategy the government is working to protect and promote the UK online. This includes taking the lead in the technologies vital to cyber power and securing the next generation of connected technologies, including artificial intelligence (AI).

To ensure the opportunities of AI are fully realised, systems must be developed, deployed and operated in a secure and responsible way. The research reports published here support the government’s policy work on the cyber security of AI and complement the call for views on AI cyber security being held between May and July 2024.

For more information and to provide your input, please see the Call for Views on the Cyber Security of AI.

This work was announced at the CyberUK 2024 conference. 

For more information, please read the press notice

This is part of our plan to ensure the UK continues to be a leading responsible and democratic cyber power, with a secure digital economy.

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Published 15 May 2024

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