Orca Security, agentless cloud security pioneer, has announced its complete integration with OpenAI’s GPT-4 technology through Microsoft Azure OpenAI Service. The integration follows the January announcement of the ChatGPT implementation in the Orca Cloud Security platform, making it the first cloud-native application protection platform (CNAPP) to support GPT-4 through the Azure OpenAI Service. Additionally, Orca released several new functionalities for its ChatGPT integration.
For instance, Azure OpenAI Service offers REST API access to OpenAI’s ChatGPT technology. The new Microsoft integration allows Orca Security customers to leverage both GPT-4’s enhanced functionality as well as the security and enterprise support provided by Microsoft. Benefits include compliance with regulatory standards such as SOC2 and HIPAA, privacy of customer data submitted to the service, an uptime SLA of 99.9%, and regional availability for increased reliability and lower latency.
Ever since GPT-3 support was introduced in the Orca Platform in January, customers have used it to greatly decrease their mean-time-to-remediation (MTR). Security teams can instantly generate high-quality remediation instructions for every alert from the Orca Platform. These instructions can then be copied and pasted into platforms such as AWS CloudFormation, AWS Cloud Development Kit, Azure Resource Manager, Terraform, Pulumi, Google Cloud Deployment Manager, and Open Policy Agent. If users need additional information, they can ask follow-up questions to ChatGPT straight from the Orca Platform. The integration with GPT-4 will allow customers to leverage the model’s enhanced accuracy and its ability to generate code snippets.
“The customer response to our integration with GPT has been incredibly positive,” says 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 Microsoft Azure OpenAI Service, we continue to improve accuracy and ensure privacy to protect our customers’ data while maximizing its benefit.”
Apart from the transition to GPT-4 in Azure OpenAI Service, Orca add several other improvements to its integration, which include a new Open Policy Agent (OPA), prompt improvements to ensure greater optimization of remediation responses, and the ability to add remediation steps to Jira tickets when assigning cloud security issues.
“We are pleased to work with Orca Security on their Microsoft Azure OpenAI Service integration,” says Dr. Tomer Simon, Chief Scientist, Microsoft Israel R&D Center. “The Azure OpenAI Service integration will help Orca customers accelerate remediation times and enhance their cloud security posture while knowing that Microsoft is providing the professional security and support that enterprises require.”