What is Identity Threat Detection and Response (ITDR)?

Identity Threat Detection and Response (ITDR) is a security category designed and deployed to secure identities and identity-based systems. ITDR focuses on graph analytics and works in conjunction with other detection and response tools like, endpoint detection and response (EDR) and extended detection and response (XDR).

ITDR differentiates from identity and access management (IAM) by focusing on identity threats after compromise, whereas IAM is intended to prevent identity-related risks with authentication policy and control, proper user provisioning, permissions, and access control. ITDR graphs and maps identities, credentials, permissions, and privileges along with exposures, identity abuse and vulnerabilities.

ITDR aligns with zero trust principles, especially by strengthening least-privileged access and mitigating risks and exposures, and indicators of a breach or credential compromise before a breach happens.

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