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Identity-based attacks are on the rise. In these attacks threat actors take over the identity of legitimate users to compromise systems, move laterally within networks and gain higher levels of access. Traditional tools often fail to distinguish between regular users and malicious actors.

Netwrix ITDR solutions deliver real-time detection of even advanced threats to your key identity system — Active Directory — along with automated response actions to quickly contain such threats and comprehensive recovery capabilities.
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Spot identity threats in time to prevent a breach.

A staggering 84% of organizations fell victim to identity-related breaches in the past year. Spot these threats early so you can take action and protect your vital systems and data.

Get alerted to threats — or proactively block them
Know right away about actions that might put your organization’s identity security at risk with real-time alerts on critical events. Or block risky events from happening in the first place, thereby thwarting adversaries before they breach your security.
Uncover malicious actors
Pinpoint truly suspicious activity with sophisticated machine learning, and lure attackers into revealing themselves with honey tokens that look like legitimate credentials.
Detect even advanced identity attacks
Threat actors are leveraging increasingly sophisticated techniques to stay under the radar, but Netwrix ITDR solutions bring them into the light with real-time detection of Golden Ticket, password spraying and many other attacks.

Minimize the damage by containing threats to your Active Directory fast.

Stop attackers quickly to significantly reduce the impact on your systems, ensuring minimal disruption and maintaining system integrity.

Contain threats instantly
Shut down expected identity threats instantly by setting up playbooks using an extensive catalog of out-of-the-box response actions — for example, automatically lock the offending account and forward the details to your SIEM, ITSM or other security platform.
Accelerate investigations and harden security
Analyze detailed event information in context, and use this actionable intelligence to both address the situation at hand and remediate gaps in your security posture.

Minimize business downtime and user frustration.

Keep your business humming by easily reverting your Active Directory to a previously known good state and even restoring an entire AD forest.

Recover quickly
With Netwrix ITDR solutions, you can safely roll back unwanted changes, recover deleted items or restore your entire AD forest to get your vital identity system — and your business — back up and running fast.
Netwrix Identity Threat Detection and Response Solutions
Find out how Netwrix can help you detect, respond and recover from identity-based attacks.

Explore the Netwrix products that can help you secure your key identity system — Active Directory

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What are the benefits of identity threat detection and response solutions?
Conventional identity and access management systems, along with traditional security preventive controls, often fall short in adequately protecting against sophisticated identity-based threats. ITDR solutions bring a proactive and focused approach to identifying and responding to threats specifically targeting user identities and credentials, thus strengthening the overall security infrastructure and mitigating the risk of identity-related breaches.
What is XDR in security?
XDR (Extended Detection and Response) is a cybersecurity solution that integrates various security tools across networks, endpoints, and clouds for unified threat detection and response.
What is the difference between ITDR and XDR?
ITDR (Identity Threat Detection and Response) specifically targets and addresses threats against user identities and credentials, a niche area XDR does not directly focus on. XDR (Extended Detection and Response) provides a broader, integrated approach to threat detection and response across multiple attack surfaces such as networks, endpoints, and clouds, but it may not have the specialized capabilities to identify specific identity-related threats as ITDR does.