Copilot Podcast: Microsoft Copilot for Security in the Real World

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In episode 27 of the “Copilot Podcast,” host Aaron Back shares examples of real-world applications of Microsoft Copilot for Security.

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00:56 — The large language models (LLMs) backing Microsoft Copilot for Security monitor 78 trillion daily threat signals. Three Australian companies — AustralianSuper, Powerlink Queensland, and TAL — are some of the first to implement Microsoft Copilot for Security to strengthen security defenses.

02:17 — TAL, an Australian life insurance company, is one of the first to deploy Microsoft Copilot for D365, and also signed up for Copilot for Security through the Early Access Program (EAP). Company executives note that this is a means of safely experimenting with the capabilities of AI, and helps bolster cybersecurity posture.

05:31 — Not only is AI a means of strengthening security defense, but it’s also equipping professionals with new AI skills. Aaron notes the importance of balancing artificial intelligence benefits with a framework for responsible use. In conclusion, he notes that Microsoft Copilot for Security is the “new kid on the block, and it’s playing catch up in recognition of what it can do.”

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