Microsoft’s user-friendly and efficient design of the prompt box makes it easier for cybersecurity professionals to find and fix security issues.
Microsoft released a new tool called “Security Copilot” on Tuesday. This tool will help cybersecurity experts find breaches, find threat signals, and do more thorough data analysis.
The tool uses OpenAI’s latest GPT-4 generative artificial intelligence model to give security analysts a prompt box with a wide range of features to help them do things like summarising incidents, analyzing vulnerabilities, and sharing information with coworkers via a pinboard.
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The prompt box is easy to use and makes it easier for cybersecurity professionals to find and fix security problems.
The assistant will utilize the company’s security-specific model, which will be updated every day with more than 65 trillion new signals. This will give the assistant a growing set of skills related to security.
Microsoft has been working hard to add AI to its most popular products and is ahead of its competitors by investing billions of dollars in OpenAI, the company that owns ChatGPT.
OpenAI’s recent release of GPT-4 has shown that it can do many different things, like make websites based on hand-drawn mockups and help people figure out their taxes.