Cloud threat detection and response (CDR) vendor Skyhawk has announced the incorporation of ChatGPT functionality in its offering to enhance cloud threat detection and security incident discovery. The firm has applied ChatGPT features to its platform in two distinct ways – earlier detection of malicious activity (Threat Detector) and explainability of attacks as they progress (Security Advisor), it said.
Skyhawk said the performance elevation achieved by integrating the AI Large Language Model (LLM) that ChatGPT offers has been significant, according to the firm. It claims its platform produced alerts earlier in 78% of cases when adding Threat Detector and Security Advisor ChatGPT scoring functionality. The new capabilities are generally available to Skyhawk customers at no additional charge. The release comes as the furor surrounding ChatGPT and its potential impact on cybersecurity continues to make the headlines, with Europol the latest to warn about the risks of ChatGPT-enhanced phishing and cybercrime.