Microsoft to Launch a New Copilot for Security Chatbot on April 1 

Mar 16, 2024 | 0 comments

Microsoft Copilot for Security
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Microsoft is going to launch Copilot for Security, a new AI-powered chatbot that will help cybersecurity specialists detect threats and fix them quickly. It will ensure the security of organizations and businesses.

Microsoft’s Security for Copilot is powered by OpenAI’s GPT-4 Large Language Model and Microsoft’s own security-specific model.

In a blog post, Microsoft said, “Copilot is informed by large-scale data and threat intelligence, including more than 78 trillion security signals processed by Microsoft each day, and coupled with large language models to deliver tailored insights and guide next steps.”

Features of Copilot for Security

Copilot for security has a multilingual interface for 25 different languages, and it can process prompts and respond in 8 different languages. 

Microsoft’s Copilot for Security will be available as a standalone portal and can also be embedded into an organization’s existing security products. 

With the chatbot, cybersecurity specialists can know the latest threat insights for specific security incidents, a summary of threats, and more.

You can ask questions to the chatbot in natural language, and it will respond accordingly. You can also do file analysis as well as code analysis with the chatbot to detect any threats. You can check URLs for threat analysis as well as investigate certain incidents.

Results of the Chatbot

The second Copilot for Security Economy study showed that the chatbot helped to increase the productivity of security specialists.

In the study, it was found that 22% of experienced security analysts were faster with Copilot for Security. They were 7% more accurate, and 97% of them wanted to use the chatbot the next day they did the same task.

Launch Date and Pricing Model of Copilot for Security

Microsoft’s Copilot for security will be launched on April 1, and it will be available via a pay-as-you-go model. This helps businesses only use the chatbot depending on their needs. The businesses will be charged $4 per hour of usage of the chatbot and will be billed monthly.

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