Public Access to Microsoft Copilot for Security will Roll Out from April 1

By Consultants Review Team Friday, 15 March 2024

Microsoft has announced that the Microsoft Copilot, their generative artificial intelligence (AI) solution for security professionals, will soon be accessible worldwide. The digital behemoth with headquarters in Washington has been working to integrate AI into its line of goods for the past few months. It has consolidated all of its AI offerings under Microsoft Copilot. This also extends to its AI chatbot, which is competing against programs like Google Bard and ChatGPT. Another Microsoft service, called Copilot for Security, has recently been released to the general public.

With the help of Microsoft Copilot for Security, cybersecurity experts can do risk assessments in a matter of minutes and react to online attacks promptly. It integrates massive data and threat intelligence—including the 78 trillion security signals that Microsoft processes every day—with OpenAI's Large Language Models (LLMs).

Microsoft has revealed that Copilot for Security will be open to the public as of April 1. It will include a multilingual interface that supports up to 25 languages, and users will be able to enter instructions in eight different languages. According to Microsoft, it will be usable across Europe, Asia, and both North and South America.

Vasu Jakkal, CVP of Microsoft Security, made this announcement on X, ?We unveiled @Microsoft Copilot for Security last year, the first gen-AI solution in the market to assist IT and security professionals in defending at machine speed and scale. I'm happy to announce that Copilot will be widely accessible as of April 1st!?

Microsoft is also introducing a pay-as-you-use license model that will allow for a consumption-based subscription, making it available to everyone. This implies that professionals will only be charged for the services they actually use within a given time frame.

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