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Orca Security is First CNAPP to Integrate with Microsoft Azure OpenAI GPT-4

Orca Security is First CNAPP to Integrate with Microsoft Azure

Orca Security, the pioneer of agentless cloud security, today announced its full integration with Microsoft Azure OpenAI GPT-4. The integration builds on the ChatGPT implementation in the Orca Cloud Security platform announced in January and makes it the first cloud-native application protection platform (CNAPP) to support GPT-4 through the Azure OpenAI Service. In addition to the integration, Orca announced several new features for its ChatGPT integration.

The Microsoft Azure OpenAI Service provides REST API access to OpenAI's ChatGPT technology. With this new Microsoft integration, Orca Security customers can benefit not only from the greatly improved functionality in GPT-4, but also from the security and enterprise support that Microsoft provides. This includes the benefits of privacy of customer data submitted to the service, compliance with key regulations such as HIPAA and SOC2, an uptime SLA of 99.9%, and regional availability for lower latency and increased reliability.

Since introducing GPT-3 support in the Orca Platform in January, customers have used it to dramatically reduce their mean-time-to-remediation (MTTR). Security practitioners can instantly generate high-quality remediation instructions for each alert straight from the Orca Platform. These instructions can simply be copied and pasted into platforms such as Terraform, Pulumi, AWS CloudFormation, AWS Cloud Development Kit, Azure Resource Manager, Google Cloud Deployment Manager, and Open Policy Agent. If more information is needed, users can ask ChatGPT follow-up questions directly from the Orca Platform. With the transition to GPT-4, customers will benefit from the model’s improved accuracy as well as its ability to generate code snippets.

“The customer response to our integration with GPT has been incredibly positive,” said Gil Geron, CEO at Orca Security. “It’s been amazing to see customers embrace it in so many ways to gain dramatic efficiency improvements. With our integration with GPT-4 through the Azure OpenAI Service, we continue to improve accuracy and ensure privacy to protect our customers’ data while maximizing its benefit.”

In addition to transitioning from GPT-3 to Azure OpenAI GPT-4, Orca made several other enhancements to its integration, including prompt improvements to ensure further optimization of remediation responses; a new Open Policy Agent (OPA) remediation method; and the ability to include remediation steps in Jira tickets when assigning cloud security issues.

The Azure OpenAI GPT-4 integration is available immediately. To learn more, please read the blog post published today.

About Orca Security

Orca Security is the pioneer of agentless cloud security that is trusted by hundreds of enterprises globally. Orca makes cloud security possible for enterprises moving to and scaling in the cloud with its patented SideScanning™ technology and Unified Data Model. The Orca Cloud Security Platform delivers the world’s most comprehensive coverage and visibility of all risks across the cloud. With continuous first-to-market innovations and expertise, the Orca Platform ensures security teams quickly identify and remediate risks to keep their businesses secure. Connect your first account in minutes: https://orca.security or take the free cloud risk assessment.

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