While ChatGPT has grabbed negative headlines recently due to cybercriminals’ use of the technology to strengthen attacks, it can also be a formidable asset for cyber defense, helping companies maximize their security posture while promising to bridge any skills gaps in their workforce. https://www.linkedin.com/in/itascode/, vice president and field CTO of DevSecOps at Sophos, told The New Stack that generative AI has an enormous amount to offer to those overloaded security teams. “ChatGPT can be utilized for threat intelligence analysis, incident response guidance, security documentation and training generation, vulnerability management, security policy compliance, and automation,” he said.
The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) recently published a https://cloudsecurityalliance.org/artifacts/security-implications-of-chatgpt/ examining ChatGPT’s offensive and defensive potential in detail.
“Generative AI is exceptionally good at both of these tasks and reduces, not eliminates, the burden of analysis for operators.”