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HomeNewsOrganization of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine05.07.2023, 14:14

NCSCC deepens cooperation with the EU and the USA on the use of AI technologies in cybersecurity

Head of the Information Security and Cybersecurity Service of the Staff of the NSDC of Ukraine, the NCSCC Secretary Natalia Tkachuk and Head of the NCSCC Support Service of the NSDC Staff Serhiy Prokopenko held a working meeting with Director of the US Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism, former US Presidential Advisor James Baker, Head of the National and State Security Department of the European Union Advisory Mission to Ukraine Seppo Rutsalen and EUAM National Security Adviser Maksym Budakov.

The meeting focused on the use of artificial intelligence technologies in the interests of national security. The parties exchanged views on the prospects of using AI in the field of cybersecurity, as well as discussed the priorities and challenges faced by Ukraine in the field of cybersecurity.

"Artificial intelligence opens up endless possibilities in the field of cybersecurity, but it also brings new challenges, as these technologies can be used for large-scale cyberattacks and crimes. Threats in cyberspace know no borders. Therefore, international cooperation and legislative regulation are an integral part of the fight against them. To effectively counter threats, we cooperate with international partners to exchange information, best practices and experience to ensure the responsible use of artificial intelligence,"  Natalia Tkachuk said.

James Baker, Director of the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism, former Advisor to the President of the United States, presented a study on "National Security and the Regulation of Artificial Intelligence", which deals with aspects of threats posed by artificial intelligence and ways of legislative response to them, as well as the issue of cyber resilience of the state.