With the beginning of April, artificial intelligence has made a full-scale invasion into the field of cybersecurity by Microsoft. Here comes Copilot for Security.

Slowly but surely, Copilot is making its way through all the apps and features from Redmond. It already helps you find and sort information, design and create documents, or control Windows settings. Business users can now subscribe to a special Copilot for Microsoft 365 app that makes all the work with this assistant even easier.

And now there’s a tool for cybersecurity professionals.

As a regular computer user, you won’t notice it at first glance, unlike, say, a chatter in Bing or a scribbler in Word. But it will help security experts in their work in a significant way. It will catch even subtle threats, speeding up reactions, specific actions and measures, giving you the time you need to take early action. And overall, it will deepen the team’s expertise.

Did you know…? Copilot processes more than 78 trillion security signals captured by Microsoft every day. Using extensive language models, it processes the findings and suggests next steps. This makes protection stronger, more timely and better targeted.

Data from Microsoft’s survey among experienced cybersecurity engineers and analysts also speaks in favor of the tool:

  • 22% worked faster with Copilot
  • 7% appreciated the greater accuracy
  • 97% would choose Copilot again for the same task next time

How to get Copilot for Security

Since April 1, Copilot for Security has been publicly available to businesses, under the usual pay-as-you-go subscription licensing system. This means that you only pay for what you actually use. This makes it the most affordable solution on the market.

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Good to know

You can use Copilot for security measures, endpoint management, access management and data protection.

You can have it as a standalone product or integrate it into the security applications you already use.

It works with Microsoft tools such as Microsoft Defender XDR, Microsoft Sentinel, Microsoft Intune, Microsoft Entra and Microsoft Purview, as well as third-party products.

You enter questions and prompts in common language and within seconds you have an answer on the screen with an effective solution.

So far it can handle prompts and answers in eight languages (English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Simplified Chinese and Japanese) in an interface for 25 different languages.

The only requirement to use Copilot for Security is an Azure account.

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