Microsoft has launched its new cybersecurity tool “Security Copilot” for instant detection of hacks or urban threats that are hidden “in the noise”. AI will be shaped by the generative power of GPT-IV OpenAI.
Microsoft Security Copilot allows developers to “deal with threats at the speed of AI”, as the advanced model combines LLM with other company security and is ready to receive 65 million signals daily. In addition, Azure will run a hyperscale infrastructure, specialized in enterprise security.
“We want and the attacks force us to continuously create new technologies that can tip the balance in favor of the defenders. Security professionals are in short supply and we must empower them to disrupt the traditional interests of attackers and drive innovation for their organizations.”
Alerts received by “Security Copilot” are processed using a special security model to implement and search skills that maximize the value of the large capabilities of language models, while adding new skills to fine-tune the learning system.
He admits, however, that the “Security Copilot” can make mistakes because it is constantly learning, although it may eventually offer answers, making interactions more coherent and relevant. Additionally, any user interaction can be shared with other team members to speed up responses to new incidents.
Microsoft is constantly improving “Security Copilot”
The main advantages of Microsoft AI are as follows:
A few days ago, Microsoft stated that AI can have a positive impact on cyber security, and also lower the barrier of entry to business activities by helping to automate processes and as an optimization tool.
And also, Microsoft’s analysis showed that AI could accelerate the work between government and industry, since it would be easier to share learning opportunities that accelerate the creation of opportunities and changes.
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