Microsoft has already unveiled Copilot, which integrates GPT-4 into Office to make it easier for users to work.
Now, Microsoft has announced that it will launch its new Security Copilot service to help cyber security professionals.
The core technology of Security Copilot is OpenAI's GPT-4 generative AI and Microsoft's own security-specific model.
It looks like a simple dialog box that allows users to ask "What are the security incidents in my enterprise?" Etc., it will give a simple summary.
And behind the scenes,It draws on the 65 trillion signals Microsoft collects every day, as well as expertise in the security world, allowing security professionals to track threats.
Microsoft argues that Security Copilot is designed to aid, not replace, the work of security analysts, and includes a post-it pad feature for colleagues to collaborate and share information.
However, Microsoft has also made it clear that Security Copilot isn't always right,It can also have errors, so you need to be told what's wrong so you can fix it.
Microsoft has begun offering a preview version of Security Copilot to some users, but hasn't announced an official rollout date.