SiliconAngle reports that SecurityScorecard has unveiled the first security ratings platform to include OpenAI's GPT-4 large language model, enabling a better understanding of organizational cyber exposure through natural language queries. Organizations leveraging SecurityScorecard's platform would be able to ask open-ended questions regarding vendor cybersecurity information, which could then be leveraged to influence risk management decisions, said SecurityScorecard at the RSA 2023 Conference. Aside from ensuring data analysis efficiency through operating across monitored entities, the GPT-4 search also features continuous learning capabilities. In addition to GPT-4 integration, other updates have also been introduced by SecurityScorecard, including the Score Guarantee service offering complimentary incident response and digital forensics services, Automatic Vendor Detection providing more efficient searches of potential organizational vulnerabilities, Attack Surface Intelligence for accelerating investigation and remediation times, and Risk Control for Cyber Insurers that offers personalized warnings to organizations exposed to cybersecurity vulnerabilities and potential attacks. "Our team members are squarely focused on driving innovation that helps our customers increase cyber resilience in the face of global threats," said SecurityScorecard co-founder and CEO Aleksandr Yampolskiy.