The National Security Agency (NSA) has established an AI Security Center to oversee the integration of AI technology into U.S. [2] [4] security infrastructure [2]. This center serves as the NSA’s focal point for leveraging foreign intelligence insights and developing best practices [3], evaluation methodology [2] [3] [4], and risk frameworks for AI security [3].


The AI Security Center [2] [4], located within the existing Cybersecurity Collaboration Center [1], collaborates with U.S. [4] industry [1] [2] [3] [4], national labs [2] [3] [4], academia [2] [3] [4], the Department of Defense (DoD) [4], and select international partners [1] [2] [3]. Its primary goal is to promote the secure adoption of new AI capabilities across national security and defense [2].

The center works closely with private industry and international partners to defend against cyberattacks [1], particularly from countries like China and Russia. By leveraging foreign intelligence insights [3], the center ensures that AI technology is integrated into U.S. security infrastructure in a secure and effective manner.


The establishment of the AI Security Center by the NSA has significant implications for national security and defense. By developing best practices [2] [3] [4], evaluation methodology [2] [3] [4], and risk frameworks [2] [3] [4], the center enhances the secure adoption of AI capabilities. This collaboration with industry [4], academia [2] [3] [4], and international partners strengthens the defense against cyberattacks [1], particularly from countries known for their cyber capabilities.

Moving forward, the AI Security Center will continue to play a crucial role in safeguarding U.S. security infrastructure and staying ahead of emerging threats. Its efforts will contribute to the ongoing development and implementation of AI technology in the national security domain.