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An Artificial Intelligence Response to Cyber Security Best Practice

By now, if you’re in the tech industry I’m sure you’ve heard of the word ‘ChatGPT’ going around. But what is it? What is the point of ChatGPT and what are its capabilities? Well, this article isn’t going to go into the details of all that because you can find that information readily available here, but this article aims to show you something cool that I put together using ChatGPT.

Over the last few weeks, I’ve been using ChatGPT to test its capabilities as an artificial intelligence chatbot and I must say, I am impressed. Asking ChatGPT a number of questions and getting answers back seemed like an alternative to Google search but without the links. Responses were often given to my questions and the information provided was excellent and so I started thinking about the different ways I could collate the information provided by ChatGPT. One idea I thought of (which I’m sure many others thought of too) was to use ChatGPT to create documentation. Now, although I didn’t make any scripts to ask questions and parse the responses to a document, I did ask ChatGPT a number of Cyber Security related questions and based on the responses received, I created the following document titled: An Artificial Intelligence Response to Cyber Security Best Practice.

Pretty cool if you ask me – let me know what you think.


Kelvin is a Cyber Security professional with years and experience working with organisations in different verticals, both large and small. He enjoys contributing to the Network Wizkid knowledge base and he also creates technical content. Kelvin enjoys learning new things and often does this by working on achieving new technical certifications. He holds many professional certifications and academically, he has achieved a Bachelors and Master's degree in both Computer Networks and Cyber Security.

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