March 30, 2023

Introducing Microsoft Security Copilot

Introducing Microsoft Security Copilot


Introducing Microsoft Security Co-pilot: Simplifying Security Operations Center Workflows

As the number of cyber threats continues to increase, Security Operations Centers (SOCs) are tasked with identifying and mitigating potential security incidents. However, managing these incidents can be overwhelming, with multiple tabs open and alerts popping up constantly.

To address this challenge, Microsoft has introduced a new tool called Security CoPilot. It is a new AI-powered security tool that is built on OpenAI’s upcoming GPT-4 language model. Security CoPilot was launched on Tuesday, March 28th, 2023. This tool provides real-time detection and prevention of cyber-attacks to businesses. At the same time, it offers a comprehensive security solution.


In this blog post, we’ll explore the key features of this tool and how it can help SOC teams work more efficiently.

The Power of Prompts: Natural Language Questions for Simplified Investigations

With Security CoPilot, you can ask natural language questions about incidents, vulnerabilities, and other relevant topics using the prompt bar

Input and responses are saved within Security CoPilot, creating an immutable audit trail for transparent investigations. Moreover, users can edit prompts and responses, pin important findings, and collaborate with team members on Security CoPilot.

AI-Generated Responses: Making Investigations Faster and More Accurate

The AI system of Security CoPilot produces timely responses to your queries using both internal and external sources.  The approach provides accurate and relevant information to SOC teams for quick informed decisions.

Furthermore, users can provide feedback to improve Security CoPilot’s AI-generated content over time. For instance, users can provide feedback on incorrect, unclear, or incomplete responses to improve Security CoPilot.

Creating Prompt Books: Simplifying Investigations Even Further

Security CoPilot has a unique feature to create Prompt Books. These are sets of steps or automation created by users or teams.

Similarly, SOC teams can create a best practices repository and automate tasks using this feature. Thus, simplifying investigations even further.

Simplifying Security Investigations with Security CoPilot

Additionally, Microsoft Security CoPilot is a powerful tool that simplifies security investigations for SOC teams. By allowing users to ask natural language questions, generate AI-powered responses, and create Prompt Books, the tool streamlines investigations and saves time and effort.

As cyber threats continue to evolve, Security CoPilot provides SOC teams with an effective way to manage incidents and stay ahead of potential attacks. With its user-friendly interface and advanced capabilities, it’s no wonder that SOC teams are excited about this new tool from Microsoft.

Microsoft Continues to Embrace Generative AI 

Microsoft has added generative AI features to its software offerings, including the latest tool: Security CoPilot.This launch follows other recent AI-powered features added to Microsoft’s products, including Bing, Edge browser, GitHub, LinkedIn, and Skype.

Microsoft integrates AI capabilities within productivity and enterprise apps. Microsoft 365 Copilot, for example, is an AI-powered upgrade that includes AI features within popular apps such as Office, Outlook, and Teams.

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