Microsoft widens the reach of its AI-powered cybersecurity helper

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Microsoft widens the reach of its AI-powered cybersecurity helper
Microsoft widens the reach of its AI-powered cybersecurity helper

Microsoft will make its artificial intelligence-powered tool for cybersecurity experts available on April 1 and transition to a ‘pay-as-you-go’ model for the assistant

Microsoft (MSFT.O) will expand the availability of its artificial intelligence-powered tool for cybersecurity experts on April 1 and adopt a ‘pay-as-you-go’ structure for the assistant, the firm announced Wednesday.

‘Security Copilot’, which was soft-launched last year, allows analysts to perform queries through a basic prompt box to assist with duties such as incident summaries, vulnerability analysis, and information sharing with coworkers on a pinboard.

A Microsoft official revealed at a presentation in San Francisco that the technology is currently in use by approximately 300 customers.

Microsoft Corporate Vice President Vasu Jakkal said that the company intends to charge users based on how much they use the program rather than on a subscription basis in order to “lower the barriers of entry.”

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