Inspired by ChatGPT, the external cybersecurity innovator begins to release generative AI to augment intelligence workflows
WASHINGTON – May 10, 2023 – ZeroFox (Nasdaq: ZFOX), a leading external cybersecurity provider, announced its plans for releasing generative AI into its External Cybersecurity Platform with the preview of FoxGPT. FoxGPT capabilities will optimize intelligence analyst workflows with the ability to analyze and contextualize malicious content online, enhancing the ability to combat the growing sophistication of cybercriminals. Built by cybersecurity and intelligence professionals, for cybersecurity and intelligence professionals, ZeroFox commits to AI transparency, security, and privacy of information.
Recent cutting-edge advancements in AI, including the release of GPT 3.5, followed by GPT 4.0, are part of a larger, fast-paced AI revolution poised to change how humans and technology interact. As companies embrace these advancements to streamline and automate certain aspects of their business, threat actors are also embracing generative AI capabilities for more sophisticated phishing and fraud, social engineering, spam, and the production of malicious content. ZeroFox’s adaptation of generative AI, FoxGPT, accelerates the analysis and summarization of intelligence across large datasets, allowing the identification of malicious content, phishing attacks, and potential account takeovers.
“We at ZeroFox are consistently dedicated to external cybersecurity innovation, and I’m thrilled to share the next step in our innovation roadmap with the development of generative AI capabilities within our platform, FoxGPT,” said Mike Price, CTO at ZeroFox. “We understand the impact of generative AI and the risks of threat actors abusing it. We’re committed to harnessing this technology while capturing explainable results and the security and confidentiality of customer data.” ZeroFox has steadily integrated other machine learning capabilities into its platform over the past few years, enhancing its ability to keep pace with emerging technologies.
FoxGPT is a significant advancement for ZeroFox, enabling it to provide even more powerful external cybersecurity platform capabilities. ZeroFox is committed to AI transparency, security, and privacy of information in order to give customers the confidence that their data is secure.
ZeroFox plans to responsibly release FoxGPT to opt-in customers throughout the year.
ZeroFox (Nasdaq: ZFOX), an enterprise software-as-a-service leader in external cybersecurity, has redefined security outside the corporate perimeter on the internet, where businesses operate, and threat actors thrive. The ZeroFox platform combines advanced AI analytics, digital risk and privacy protection, full-spectrum threat intelligence, and a robust portfolio of breach, incident and takedown response capabilities to expose and disrupt phishing and fraud campaigns, botnet exposures, credential theft, impersonations, data breaches, and physical threats that target your brands, domains, people, and assets. Join thousands of customers, including some of the largest public sector organizations as well as finance, media, technology and retail companies to stay ahead of adversaries and address the entire lifecycle of external cyber risks. ZeroFox and the ZeroFox logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of ZeroFox, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. Visit www.zerofox.com for more information.
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Malory Van Guilder