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ISO 42001

As the world’s first AI risk management standard, ISO 42001 is a critical tool for organizations integrating AI technology into their operations. This standard ensures that AI systems are developed and managed responsibly, aligning with both business objectives and compliance requirements.
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Key Areas Covered by
ISO 42001

ISO 42001 provides a comprehensive framework for AI risk management, covering:
  • Organizational Context: understand the overall scope, purpose, key actors, risks and hurdles, and compliance requirements relevant to your AI development or integration goals.
  • Needs of interested parties: understand which actors will be affected by AI deployment and integration, what rights they have, and how your risk management strategy will address any related concerns.
  • Leadership responsibilities: ensure that AI development and integration procedures are closely aligned with business and RAI objectives, that resources are sufficient, and that roles and responsibilities are clearly defined.
  • Risk management: ensure that risk criteria target risk prioritization, assessment, mitigation, and impacts and that AI risks and opportunities are gauged in terms of organizational context, potential use cases, and a system’s intended use.
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General Requirements

ISO 42001 mandates thorough documentation to support AI risk management, detailing the development processes, validation procedures, and operational plans of AI systems. It encompasses:
  • AI Risk Management Strategies: Documented strategies to mitigate AI-related risks.
  • System Development Rationale: The reasoning and processes that guide the creation of AI systems.
  • Verification and Operation: Procedures for system validation, deployment monitoring, and ongoing operations.
  • Resource Management: Documentation of all resources, including data, necessary for effective AI management.
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Action-Oriented Requirements:

  • Establish channels for stakeholders to report concerns or request information about AI systems.
  • Conduct regular internal audits of AI technologies.
  • Demonstrate ongoing enhancement of AI systems and policies.
  • Continuously monitor and evaluate the performance of AI systems.
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Policy Requirements

Under ISO 42001, policies governing AI usage must be well-documented, regularly revisited, and updated. These policies should align with Responsible AI (RAI) principles and business goals, focusing on:
  • Holding key actors accountable for AI use and developing internal AI expertise.
  • Establishing procedures for validation and verification of training data.
  • Establishing preventive or corrective measures for when systems don’t perform as intended alongside standardized procedures for system repair.
  • Maintenance of data confidentiality and security.
  • Prevention and mitigation of AI risks and their adverse impacts.
  • Promotion of transparency and explainability throughout the AI lifecycle.
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Impact Assessments

ISO 42001 emphasizes the necessity of conducting comprehensive AI impact assessments to manage and document AI risks effectively. These assessments are crucial especially when:
  • An AI system’s intended purpose or use-context changes.
  • An AI system is highly complex or autonomous.
  • Training data is sensitive.
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Risk Management Requirements

Regular risk assessments must:
  • Align with compliance requirements and business objectives.
  • Ensure that assessment results are consistent and comparable over time.
  • Identify risks and opportunities relevant to AI objectives.
  • Consider the severity and likelihood of AI risks by reference to potential impacts.
  • Establish risk criteria through which to measure and prioritize AI risks.
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What You Should Know About ISO 42001

Did you know? Early attempts at AI risk management standardizatio are now being made, with ISO 42001 being the first global AI risk management standard. Read on to learn more.

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