Microsoft announced this week that its ChatGPT-like Security Copilot AI assistant is now available in early access for some customers.
Security Copilot, Redmond’s AI-driven security analysis tool, makes it faster for security teams to counter threats using Microsoft’s global threat intelligence expertise and the latest large language models.
“Security Copilot is already helping our preview customers save up to 40 percent of their time on core security operations tasks with capabilities such as writing complex queries based only on natural language questions and summarizing security incidents,” Jakkal said.
To enroll in the Security Copilot Early Access Program, customers are encouraged to contact their Microsoft sales representative and visit the official website for comprehensive information.
Organizations collaborating with Managed Security Service Providers in the Early Access Program can expand access to their Security Copilot environment, enabling MSSPs to actively engage and collaborate with them via Security Copilot.
Microsoft also provides extensive documentation on how to use Microsoft Security Copilot to summarize incidents, analyze scripts and codes, resolve incidents with guided responses, generate KQL queries, and create incident reports.