Google unveils Gemini cybersecurity tools for battling cyber threats

May 14, 2024
1 min read

TLDR:

  • Google harnesses Gemini-powered AI to strengthen cybersecurity against threats like WannaCry.
  • Gemini introduced in Google Threat Intelligence and Security Operations to enhance defenders’ capabilities.

Google is utilizing advanced artificial intelligence (AI) through its Gemini 1.5 Pro large language model to bolster cybersecurity efforts against cyber scams. The AI model was able to analyze the WannaCry malware in just 34 seconds, identifying vulnerabilities to neutralize it. Google aims to shift from manual to semi-autonomous security, providing tools and services to secure AI data, models, applications, and infrastructure.

In its latest development, Google has announced the general availability of Gemini across multiple security offerings, enhancing capabilities through generative AI. Gemini in Security Operations has introduced an assisted investigation feature, guiding users through the platform and aiding in the detection of threats. Google Threat Intelligence combines insights from experts and threat data to expedite threat identification and mitigation. This tool streamlines processes for security professionals, offering AI-generated summaries and insights on threat actor behaviors.

Google’s initiative follows Microsoft’s introduction of Copilot for Security, utilizing GPT-4 technology to provide advanced query capabilities. Both companies are leveraging AI-driven technologies to fortify defenses and safeguard digital ecosystems against evolving threats.

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