Mar 30, 2023
Generative Preformed Transformer (GPT) to the rescue
Microsoft Security Copilot is a new AI-driven security analysis tool that was just released last Wednesday. It uses OpenAI's latest GPT-4 model to automate tasks like responding to incidents and looking for threats.
This is Katy Craig in San Diego, California.
Security CoPilot is meant to help train people by using Redmond's wide range of telemetry signals from Windows endpoints and enterprise deployments. Microsoft hopes that by automating these time-consuming and error-prone tasks, the new tool will make it easier and faster to respond to incidents and hunt for threats. The tool shows how OpenAI's chatbot technology can be used in the real world to improve cybersecurity. This is going to change the way organizations look at security analysis.
Given how important cybersecurity is in today's digital world and how AI and machine learning are being used more and more in security operations, it is very likely that other big players in the tech industry, like Cisco and Palo Alto, will also make AI-powered security analysis tools like this one. In fact, several tech giants, like Google and Amazon, have already invested in AI-driven security tools and are actively working on improving their capabilities. So, it seems likely that other companies will follow Microsoft's lead and invest in AI-driven security analysis tools to stay competitive in the market.
Finally, someone, I mean something, is reviewing the logs!
This is Katy Craig. Stay safe out there.