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28 Mar, 2023
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Security professionals can now benefit from Microsoft's latest AI copilot, which is gradually being developed for a wide range of applications.

Microsoft has introduced Security Copilot, an AI-powered assistant designed to assist cybersecurity professionals in identifying breaches and better understanding large amounts of data. The tool is powered by OpenAI's GPT-4 generative AI and Microsoft's own security-specific model, making it a powerful and reliable tool for detecting and mitigating cyber threats.

Security Copilot provides a simple prompt box chat interface that accepts natural language inputs, allowing security professionals to quickly summarize events, assist with incident investigations, and report incidents in real-time. In addition, the tool includes a pinboard section that enables co-workers to collaborate and share information.

One of the most interesting features of Security Copilot is its prompt book feature, which bundles a set of steps or automations into a single prompt, streamlining the investigation process. This feature can be especially helpful in reverse engineering a script or creating a PowerPoint slide that outlines incidents and attack vectors.

Moreover, Security Copilot sources results clearly by using information from various databases such as the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s vulnerability database, and Microsoft's own threat intelligence database. This ensures that the data Security Copilot provides is accurate and reliable.

While Security Copilot is AI-powered, it is designed to assist a security analyst's work rather than replace it. It even includes a feedback loop that allows users to provide feedback on any incorrect data or results, ensuring that the tool continues to improve and evolve.

Currently, Security Copilot is in its preview stage, and Microsoft has not yet announced a timeline for general availability. Nevertheless, it is a promising tool that shows how AI can be used to enhance cybersecurity and mitigate threats.