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10 Hot Generative AI Products And Companies At RSAC 2023

Kyle Alspach, Wade Tyler Millward

Generative AI has been a major theme at RSA Conference 2023, both as a topic of discussion and in many of the show’s biggest product launches.

Recorded Future AI

In January, threat intelligence firm Recorded Future released research that helped to confirm what many had suspected— that ChatGPT is being used by malicious actors intent on carrying out cyberattacks with the help of the tool. Among the “most pressing and common threats” from the use of ChatGPT by cybercriminals are phishing, social engineering and malware development, Recorded Future researchers said at the time.

However, that’s no reason to not use the technology on the cyberdefense side. Earlier this month, the company disclosed that it’s now leveraging GPT technology in its Intelligence Cloud, with the debut of its Recorded Future AI capability. The offering enables users to quickly identify and prioritize important threats and vulnerabilities, the company said.

Specifically, Recorded Future said it has added AI to automate manual threat analysis tasks. Analysts should spend less time searching, summarizing and writing reports, while executives should get analyst-grade real-time analysis and reporting, according to Recorded Future.

Recorded Future AI has been trained on more than a decade of threat analysis data from the company’s threat research unit, Insikt Group, the company said. “Recorded Future automatically collects and structures data related to both adversaries and victims from text, imagery and technical sources, and uses natural language processing and machine learning to analyze and map insights across billions of entities in real time,” the company said in a blog post.

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