Daniel Hudson
by on February 16, 2024

What is ITDR?

Organizations face increasing challenges in safeguarding their valuable assets against identity-centric cyber threats in the rapidly evolving distributed digital landscape. The frequency and sophistication of data breaches that exploit credible identities have rendered traditional prevention, detection, and response measures insufficient. This is where Identity Threat Detection and Response (ITDR) comes into play.

ITDR, or Identity Threat Detection and Response, is a vital security practice designed to detect, mitigate, and respond to various identity-related risks. These risks include compromised user accounts, unauthorized access, data breaches, misuse of credentials, and fraudulent activities. Safeguarding against these threats is crucial for organizations to protect their sensitive information and maintain a secure environment.

In this blog post, we will explore the significance of ITDR in safeguarding against breaches and how it can bridge the gap between the Security Operations Center (SOC) and Identity and Access Management (IAM) controls and teams.

Understanding the Need for ITDR Vendors

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Topics: itdr
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