Working across a collaborative global community of industry, government, and academia, Christina leads MITRE ATLAS and passionately drives research and developments in AI security and assurance for everyone working to leverage AI-enabled systems. Serving the community with the not-for-profit, objective, MITRE perspective, she is dedicated to working together to create and openly share actionable tools, capabilities, data, and frameworks like ATLAS, an ATT&CK-style framework of the threats and vulnerabilities of AI-enabled systems.
As Christina has worked across the community to improve the common understanding of AI security concerns, her work has quickly started overlapping with the broader AI assurance space, which includes AI equitability, interpretability, reliability, robustness, safety, and needs for privacy enhancement. As a result of this expansion beyond AI security into more of the areas of AI assurance, her current focus under ATLAS and across the international community is to build a protected mechanism for increased knowledge and incident sharing across government and industry in both AI security and the broader areas of AI assurance.
Christina also chairs the NATO Science and Technology Organization Exploratory Team on the Evolving Threat Landscape for Coalition AI/ML Systems, focused on fostering an enduring collaborative community of NATO organizations and industry partners, leveraging the Science and Technology Organization to shape future interoperable capability developments in AI security and assurance, including equitability, interpretability, reliability, and robustness.