Microsoft has launched its latest cybersecurity tool, the Security Copilot, at the recent Microsoft Security event. The tool is an AI chatbot powered by GPT-4, a multilingual and multimodal model developed by OpenAI. The Security Copilot can manage cybersecurity by responding to and addressing security-related requests from users. It can even understand image-based queries, in addition to text. Microsoft claims that even non-experts can use the tool to easily prevent cyber attacks and hacking.
The Security Copilot also has the ability to analyze and detect any suspicious activity in the user’s data or computer, and can provide solutions to potential cyber threats. It can even generate hacking incident reports and summaries for users.
According to Microsoft, the Security Copilot is more effective than traditional machine learning tools for detecting and responding to cyber threats. By using GPT-4, the Security Copilot can analyze data and offer solutions faster and more efficiently.
“Recent events have shown that cyber attacks are becoming increasingly prevalent, and the need for effective cybersecurity tools is more important than ever,” said Microsoft Vice President of Security, Jaguar Basu. “With the Security Copilot, even non-experts can have access to the latest AI-powered technology to protect themselves from cyber threats.”
The Security Copilot is set to be integrated into Microsoft’s security products, including Microsoft Sentinel and Microsoft Defender. With this latest development, Microsoft continues to lead the way in leveraging AI to enhance cybersecurity.