What Makes ITDR Really Work?
If the full focus of an organization’s Identity Threat Detection and Response (ITDR) deployment is based solely on the security surrounding IAM components, it’s going to be limited and will fail. That’s why AuthMind considers ITDR to be the best possible label for a push to use an IDENTITY FIRST approach to security, but only with the notion that ALL ACTIVITY involving ALL IDENTITIES is monitored.
Many would call AuthMind’s platform an “ITDR+” philosophy. But AuthMind’s entire differentiating mission surrounding this identity-first approach is to show how having eyes on ALL identities accessing literally anything in an organization is not only possible but required for truly effective ITDR.
Limiting heightened security awareness to directories or systems that issue tokens and other identity-related schemes is a non-starter for cybersecurity in 2022 and beyond. Just last month, it was reported by some of the top industry analyst minds that identity-first approaches require a new way of thinking as well as a new IAM architecture so that gaps in security are identified and a timely or even immediate response is possible. After all, advanced identity-related data analytics are only helpful if you’re looking at data that includes what EVERY identity (both authorized and NOT) is doing.
We constantly hear in the news that human error or inadvertent access caused a data leak – we hear about it impacting companies both large and small and spanning every industry. By being armed with a powerful yet cost-effective and largely automated ITDR system that spots all activity, period, these types of attacks can be greatly reduced.
It is AuthMind’s goal as it continues to unveil its groundbreaking ITDR+ platform, that we clearly map out what makes AuthMind so much more comprehensive within the ITDR space. It’s clear that discerning institutions will undoubtedly turn to ITDR.
Contact AuthMind’s experts to learn more about the company’s truly unique approach to ITDR.