AI Red Teaming & Audits

Privileged & Confidential

Third-party audits and red teams are becoming a core requirement for AI systems. But too many companies increase their risk when conducting these types of risk assessments without the benefit of legal expertise and oversight. Our privileged and confidential audits and red teaming provide comprehensive assessments of potential liability for AI systems, along with technical and legal advice on how to manage risks and address discovered vulnerabilities.

What We Do

Luminos.Law has performed AI audits and red teaming assessments for years, helping our clients navigate sensitive issues related to their AI systems, such as managing bias, ensuring transparency, identifying issues related to toxicity and truthfulness, and addressing privacy concerns. Our assessments include nearly every type of AI system—from traditional classifiers to graphs, generative AI models, and more - and can be conducted in a matter of weeks.

Establish Defensibility

Our privileged and confidential AI assessments help our clients comply with a wide range of regulatory needs, as well as third-party oversight and investigations, ensuring legal defensibility for their most critical AI systems. Many of our clients also use our audits and red teaming to demonstrate best-in-class efforts to identify and mitigate AI risks to their customers to help foster trust.

We help our clients comply with:

  • Anti-discrimination provisions under the Civil Rights Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act, and the Fair Housing Act, among other laws
  • State-level requirements such as California’s consumer privacy protections (CCPA and CPRA), the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act, and New York City’s Local Law 144 (mandating audits of automated employment decision tools), among many others
  • Compliance with standards such as the National Institute for Standards and Technology’s AI Risk Management Framework
  • Red teaming requirements related to evolving legal standards, such as Executive Order No. 14110, the G7 Hiroshima Process International Code of Conduct, EU AI Act, evolving state-level mandates, as well as demonstrating adherence to reasonable standards of care
  • External oversight or investigations

In addition to fairness and bias considerations, our testing and assessments also focus on privacy, security, transparency, and other risks.

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