Let’s discuss the Overview of Security Copilot with Microsoft Intune. Earlier this month, Microsoft introduced a new security tool called Security Copilot. Security Copilot is the first security product that uses generative AI to help defend organizations at machine speed and scale.
Microsoft Security Copilot is the first security product to enable defenders to move at the speed and scale of AI. This AI assistant for security teams builds on the latest in Large Language Models (LLM) and harnesses Microsoft’s security expertise and global threat intelligence. It helps security teams outpace their adversaries.
The Early Access Program is an invite-only paid preview program and is only available for purchase through the Microsoft 365 Admin Center. Integrating Microsoft 365 Defender with Security Copilot, Microsoft Intune, and Microsoft Sentinel allows customers to investigate and respond to incidents faster.
You can quickly receive updates on Security Copilot and the use of AI in security by signing up for the Microsoft Security Copilot Partner Interest Form. The Early Access Program allows organizations to use Security Copilot before the product’s general release and can receive extra engineering support.
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What are the Capabilities of the Early Access Program for Security Copilot?
Security Copilot is helping preview customers save time on core security operations tasks with capabilities such as writing complex queries based only on natural language questions and summarising security incidents.
1. Security Copilot experience embedded with industry-leading extended detection and response (XDR) platform
2. Microsft Defender Threat Intelligence is included at no cost with Security
3. Ability to summarize security incidents into natural language reports.
Video- Overview of Security Copilot with Microsoft Intune
This video gives a quick review of Intune and Security Copilot First Look. You can get all the details of the Early Access Program from this video. This video also helps you to understand the details of the demo video shared by Microsoft.
Overview of Security Copilot with Microsoft Intune
Microsoft helps you to understand the real-time use of Security Copilot if you have an incident to investigate, and Security Copilot uses Intune capabilities and integration of Intune. It also gives the details of the devices with some queries.
Demo of Early Access Program for Security Copilot
Microsoft allows the end user to know the capabilities of the Early Access Program for Security Copilot with this demo. Here, it shows the non-compliance for this particular device, and 1 device is identified as non-compliant.
- It also shows this device’s details, such as device name, Intune Device ID, and Enrolled date.
You can ask more questions to Security Copilot about this particular device, and the question is “tell me more about Intune compliance for this device”. The number of Intune compliance of this device is 1. It also shows all the policies of the particular device and its policy details, such as Policy Name, Policy Status and UPN.
- You can do more options in the Security Copilot, such as delete, refresh, and export to Excel, and you can launch the Microsoft Intune portal from this screen.
- Some valuable options can be accessed from this screen, such as confirm, off-target, report, etc.
The Security Copilot can answer complex queries, and this screen shows a problematic question. The question includes which group is assigned, lead the group name, ID, included and excluded assignments, and more.
- Security Copilot answers this query in this window and shows the included groups.
- You can see the Groupid, DisplayName, and UserCount.
There are no excluded groups for this policy, and it shows the other groups of this particular device. You can launch the Microsoft Intune portal from this screen.
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Here is the other question asked to the Security Copilot to show the device to Scott Duffey. It shows the 2 devices that are enrolled in Microsoft Intune. This window shows the details of the particular devices, such as Device Name, Intune Device ID, and Enrolled date.
Comparing the Hardware of 2 Devices
Security Copilot can compare Devices, and here it compares 2 particular devices. It shows all the details of the specific device, such as attributes, manufacture, model, etc. It also shows the key differences between the 2 devices’ hardware.
|Attribute||Device 1(CPU-scott-GDMZ1)||Device 2 (DESKTOP-TDUVBSM)|
|Manufacturer||Microsoft Corporation||Microsoft Corporation|
|Model||Cloud PC Enterprise 2vCPU/8GB/128GB||Windows|
In Security Copilot, you can export the details of the particular device to Microsoft Excel. This window shows the particular device details. These details help you to understand the device details quickly.
Edit Prompt in Security Copilot
The Edit Prompt in Security Copilot helps you edit the question asked to Security Copilot. You can remove or add query details using Edit Prompt in the security copilot.
- Click on the Edit Prompt from the window
In this window, some details are added to the question using Edit Prompt in Security Copilot. It shows the disk space of the particular device in GB. It also gives the details such as Device ID, Model, and Operating System.
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This window shows the details of 2 devices, such as Device ID, Model, Operating System, Physical Memory(GB) Total Storage Space(GB), Encrypted details and Compliance Status.
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Gopika S Nair is a computer enthusiast. She loves writing on Windows 11 and related technologies. She is here to share quick tips and tricks with Windows 11 or Windows 10 users. She is Post Graduate Diploma Holder in Computer Science.