With Security Copilot, Microsoft brings the power of AI to cyber defense

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With Security Copilot, Microsoft brings the power of AI to cyber defense

Armed with trillions of signals and trained in all areas of security, Security Copilot dramatically increases the range, speed, and efficiency of any security team.

Microsoft today announced bringing the next generation of AI to the world of cybersecurity with the launch of Microsoft Security Copilot. Microsoft provides cyber defenders with an indispensable tool to quickly detect and respond to threats and better understand this landscape as a whole. Security Copilot combines Microsoft’s vast footprint of threat signals with cutting-edge expertise to enhance the work of security professionals through an easy-to-use AI assistant.

“Today, cybersecurity professionals face considerable challenges. Too often, they fight an unequal battle against relentless and sophisticated attackers,” said Vasu Jakkal, vice president, Microsoft Security. “With Security Copilot, we are tipping the scales in our favor. Security Copilot is the first and only generative AI-based security product that enables defenders to progress at the speed and scale of AI.”

Security Copilot is designed to work seamlessly with security teams, allowing defenders to see what’s happening in their environment, learn from existing information, connect threats, and make better, more effective decisions at machine speed.

Simplifying complexity and faster responses

In a world where 1287 password attacks occur every second, fragmented tools and infrastructure have not been enough to stop attackers. While attacks have increased by 67% over the past five years, the security industry has not been able to hire enough cyber risk professionals to keep pace. Defenders are therefore overwhelmed by looking for attacks well hidden in a large volume of data and signals.

Security Copilot is meant to simplify and will amplify the capabilities of security teams by summarizing and making sense of threat intelligence, helping defenders see through web noise, and identify malicious activity.

It will also help security teams detect what others don’t see by correlating and summarizing attack data, prioritizing incidents, and recommending the best course of action to quickly and timely remediate.

Continuously learn to strengthen the expertise of security teams

Security Copilot will continuously improve to ensure that security teams have the latest knowledge of attackers, their tactics, techniques and procedures. Security Copilot will provide always-on access to the most advanced OpenAI models to support demanding security tasks and applications. Its threat visibility is powered by both the customer’s security data and Microsoft’s extensive threat analysis footprint.

These capabilities can enable security teams of all sizes to have the skills and capabilities of much larger organizations. In addition, Security Copilot addresses cybersecurity skills shortages by filling knowledge gaps and improving workflows, threat actor profiles, and incident reporting within teams.

“Advancing security requires both people and technology – human ingenuity combined with the most advanced tools that enable human expertise to be applied both quickly and at scale,” said Charlie Bell, executive vice president, Microsoft Security. “With Security Copilot, we are building a future where every defender has the tools and technologies to make the world a safer place.”

Based on the Microsoft platform and industry-leading threat intelligence

Microsoft is uniquely positioned to help customers explore and adapt AI to strengthen their cybersecurity defenses. Microsoft Security actively tracks more than 50 ransomware groups, more than 250 nation-state cybercriminal organizations, and receives 65 trillion threat signals every day. Microsoft’s technology blocks more than 25 billion brute-force password theft attempts every second, and Microsoft’s more than 8,000 security professionals analyze more security signals than almost any other company – on average, analysts at Microsoft’s Security Operations Center (SOC) leverage more than 100 different data sources.

Acquisitions such as RiskIQ and Miburo provide Microsoft with deep signals and insights into threat actors that no one else has. Security Copilot also natively integrates with a growing list of Microsoft security products, such as Sentinel and Defender, to help customers create an end-to-end experience across their entire security program.

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Source: https://mspoweruser.com/fr/microsoft-introduces-gpt-4-in-azure-openai-service/