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Microsoft Copilot for Security

Large Language Models or LLMs have revolutionized the way we do things. From searching for specific queries on ChatGPT to chatbots facilitating consumers on E-commerce platforms, LLMs are not beating around the bush when it comes to reducing the human workload. The main question that is posed by people loaded with compliance requirements is; How […]

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Large Language Models or LLMs have revolutionized the way we do things. From searching for specific queries on ChatGPT to chatbots facilitating consumers on E-commerce platforms, LLMs are not beating around the bush when it comes to reducing the human workload. The main question that is posed by people loaded with compliance requirements is; How can LLMs be used for security? Microsoft, as usual, is one of the early innovators that has brought the ability to integrate Copilot for security. Learn how below.

What is Microsoft Copilot for Security?

Microsoft Copilot for Security is Microsofts latest product that allows Copilot to answer all security-related questions posed by users. The product aims to reduce investigation time, provide context that a user may miss, and allow junior staff members or inexperienced employees to gain insights as easily as experts. All this allows organizations to allocate more time toward business-related needs rather than investigating incidents and alerts.

How Does it Work?

Copilot for Security works very similarly to how all LLMs work. A human provides a prompt related to a security query or question they may have and the LLM responds with an answer to the query. Behind the scenes, when the human prompts the LLM, the LLM first builds context on what has been provided and the plans on how to respond. Using data from different plugins and sources, Copilot then formats a response in a way that is easy for the end user to understand.

Generative AI security: Copilot orchestrates, responds, analyzes, provides intelligent insights at scale

What Can I Do with This?

The product provides a lot of value. Some of the features of using Copilot for security are:

  • Security Operations
  • Device Management
  • Identity Management
  • Data Protections
  • Cloud Security

What Can I Integrate with Copilot?

Integration with Microsoft security platforms allows Copilot to facilitate analysts. Microsoft Platforms that integrate with Copilot include:

  • Unified Security Operations Platform
  • Microsoft Sentinel
  • Microsoft Defender (XDR, Cloud, Threat Intelligence, and External Attack Surface Management)
  • Microsoft Purview
  • Microsoft Entra
  • Microsoft Intune

Pricing

Due to the recent launch of the service, it is unknown how much consumption of this service is required. However, Microsoft charges for this product on a consumption basis. The price for one Security Compute Unit (SCU) usage per hour is 4 US dollars. If one SCU is provisioned for the whole month, this would amount to 2920 USD.

Conclusion

Depending on your organization, Microsoft Copilot might be the perfect tool for you or possibly be an expensive venture with no upright potential. Regardless, the product in itself is innovative for the future of security and AI. To better understand and utilize Copilot for Security book a consultation with Canadian Cyber by contacting info@canadiancyber.ca

 

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