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Securonix Enables ChatGPT to Investigate, Respond to Threats

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Securonix has unveiled a ChatGPT integration that provides organizations with generative artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities that they can use to "improve efficiency, reduce investigation time and speed problem resolution," the company announced.

Securonix will showcase the integration and generative AI capabilities at the Black Hat USA conference, which takes place August 5-10 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Securonix-ChatGPT Integration Helps Organizations Investigate Cyber Threats

The ChatGPT integration lets Securonix Investigate users ask AI models questions during threat investigations, the company said. Investigate users can get answers to these questions and view them side by side with threat context from Investigate.

In addition, as a security investigation moves forward, Investigate adds and updates threat context, Securonix noted. Investigate users can share this information across their team or trusted groups to understand threats, accelerate their investigations and reduce the mean time to respond to them.

ChatGPT Integration Protects Securonix Investigate Users Against Data Leakage

The Securonix Investigate integration with ChatGPT offers custom security controls to prevent the leakage of internal IP addresses, domain names and other sensitive information, the company noted. It ensures that users can allow only those with expressed permission to use the ChatGPT function.

Also, Securonix scrubs sensitive information within the responses received from ChatGPT, the company stated. It uses audit logs to configure detections to notify organizations about any compliance issues or data leaks.

Securonix Offers Unified Defense SIEM Platform

The ChatGPT integration announcement comes after Securonix in April 2023 launched Unified Defense SIEM powered by Snowflake.

Unified Defense SIEM combines threat content-as-a-service with threat detection, investigation and response (TDIR) capabilities, Securonix said. The platform lets users access threat data before, during and after a breach, leverage threat intelligence across Securonix's customer and partner base and look for security gaps across their infrastructure.

Securonix offers a security analytics and operations management platform designed to help organizations stay ahead of threats, the company stated. It also manages a partner ecosystem that includes MSSPs, MSPs and other technology providers.

Dan Kobialka

Dan Kobialka is senior contributing editor, MSSP Alert and ChannelE2E. He covers IT security, IT service provider business strategies and partner programs. Dan holds a M.A. in Print and Multimedia Journalism from Emerson College and a B.A. in English from Bridgewater State University. In his free time, Dan enjoys jogging, traveling, playing sports, touring breweries and watching football.