Additional Info

Company size (employees)100 to 499
Headquarters RegionNorth America
Type of solutionCloud/SaaS


Following Gartner’s designation of Identity Threat Detection and Response (ITDR) as a top cybersecurity trend in 2022, dozens of vendors now claim ITDR capabilities, making it difficult for CISOs to discern the optimal ITDR solutions for their environments.

Semperis offers the most comprehensive ITDR solution in cybersecurity. The company is the only provider of solutions purpose-built for protecting identity systems like AD before, during, and after an attack.

The Semperis Platform delivers advanced identity protection, including:
– Automated, malware-free multi-forest AD recovery in an hour or less
– Detection of attacks that bypass SIEM and other traditional tools
– Visibility into attacks that move from on-prem AD to Azure AD
– Ability to uncover misconfigurations and vulnerabilities in legacy AD environments
– Automatic remediation of detected threats

Gartner’s designation of a specific category of solutions to address identity system defense is a testament to the rise of Active Directory as a prime target for cybercriminals—exploited in 9 out of 10 cyberattacks. And Semperis is here to answer the call.

How we are different

• Only ITDR solution that offers automated remediation of malicious changes in both on-prem AD and Azure AD to defending against attacks (such as SolarWinds) that start on-prem and move to the cloud, or vice versa
• Security indicators of exposure (IOEs) and compromise (IOCs) constantly updated by an in-house team of expert cybersecurity threat researchers—for example, this team released an indicator for the “PrintNightmare” vulnerability related to the Windows Print Spooler Service within 8 days after the vulnerability was discovered
• Semperis offers comprehensive ITDR solutions, helping organizations prevent, remediate, and recover from attacks—including expert breach preparedness and incident response services from a team of experts that have helped some of the largest organizations in the world recover from AD-related cyber disasters