Our Services

Nuspire is a state-of-the-science, managed network security service provider with nearly two decades of industry experience, providing network management, monitoring, and security services for some of the largest and most distinctive companies in the world.

Nuspire utilizes big data, cloud driven technologies, custom-built and integrated with unique threat intelligence, and human analytics to meet the managed security needs of enterprise organizations with geographically dispersed networks. Solutions are delivered with service level commitments for network security, performance, and compliance. Nuspire is the benchmark for managed security services and maintains unparalleled cybersecurity technologies deployed globally.

Managed Security

Customizable network security and monitoring

Network Gateway

Fully integrated and complete solution systems

Cloud SIEM

Complete visibility and analysis through log monitoring

Network Monitoring

24x7x365 status of all network devices

Endpoint Security

Custom endpoint reporting and alerts

Rogue Wireless

Real-time threat detection and alerts

Email Security

Enterprise Managed Email Security & Archiving

VPN & Wireless

Virtual Private Network and Wireless Management


Monitoring of backups for errors or data selection problems

Our People

Nuspire employs the most specialized IT professionals who share high standards for keeping their clients’ networks safe and efficient. Experts are monitoring customer networks across the globe 24/7/365 through Nuspire’s Security Operations Centers. Security engineers go beyond event alerting and take responsibility for security response activities including analysis, remediation, and ongoing support. A team of R&D engineers in the NuSecure Labs constantly stay abreast of unique threat intelligence and solution developments to ensure Nuspire stays ahead of industry trends, threats, and potential vulnerabilities.

Our People

Nuspire News

  • Nuspire Hires Ken Carson as Chief Financial Officer
  • Nuspire Featured in CRN’s 2018 Partner Program Guide
  • Nuspire's Services Named Bronze Winners of the 2018 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards
  • Nuspire Recognized for Excellence in Managed IT Services
  • How to Improve Your Security Infrastructure When You’re on a Budget
  • Five Ways to Improve Enterprise Email Security

Nuspire Hires Ken Carson as Chief Financial Officer

Carson brings over 10 years of finance and accounting leadership to Nuspire.

Nuspire Featured in CRN’s 2018 Partner Program Guide

CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has recognized Nuspire in its 2018 Partner Program Guide. This annual guide is the definitive listing of partner programs from technology vendors that provide products and services through the IT channel.

Nuspire's Services Named Bronze Winners of the 2018 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards

Nuspire's Cyber Threat Monitoring (CTM) solution and its Managed Enterprise Email solution, nuMAIL, were both named Bronze winners for the 2018 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards.

Nuspire Recognized for Excellence in Managed IT Services

CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Nuspire to its 2018 Managed Service Provider (MSP) 500 list in the Managed Security category

How to Improve Your Security Infrastructure When You’re on a Budget | Help Net Security

When you’re on a tight budget for cybersecurity, it can seem almost impossible to secure every part of your businesses’ network without going over budget with the latest technologies in place.

Five Ways to Improve Enterprise Email Security

Email security is a critical risk for many businesses. In fact, over 91 percent of all successful attacks on enterprise networks are a result of phishing attacks and targeting an organization’s users via email, which can cause serious harm to the company and the consequences can be severe.

Compliance Needs


Nuspire does not want to simply audit an organization for PCI compliance; instead, it aims to be an organization’s security partner. This includes recognizing various GRC concerns such as business impact, infrastructure policy, and security direction...Click to learn more...


The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act was enacted in November 1999. Under this Act, a financial institution is defined as any business that engages in financial activities ranging from insurance brokerage to data processing to automobile financing and leasing. Included in this act is a set of rules commonly referred to as the “Safeguards Rule.” The Safeguards Rule is intended to protect the financial institution’s customers from identity theft and other harm by requiring financial institutions to assess their data information from misappropriation, alteration, tampering, etc. ..Click to learn more...


The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was enacted by the U.S. Congress in 1996. According to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) website, Title I of HIPAA protects health insurance coverage for workers and their families when they change or lose their jobs. Title II of HIPAA, known as the Administrative Simplification (AS) provisions, requires the establishment of national standards for electronic health care transactions and national identifiers for providers, health insurance plans, and employers...Click to learn more...


The Sarbanes-Oxley Act came into force in July 2002 and introduced major changes to the regulation of corporate governance and financial practice. The act seeks to protect investors from accounting fraud and regulate how companies make financial declarations. An over-arching public company accounting board was also established by the act, which was introduced amidst a host of publicity..Click to learn more....


The Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002 requires all federal agencies to plan for security, insure that appropriate officials are given security responsibility, review security controls in their information systems periodically and authorize system processing regularly...Click to learn more...

Industry Recognition

"MSS (Managed Security as a Service) prospects looking for services that can be quickly deployed at multiple locations, such as branch offices or retail, and can be bundled with help desk and network services, should consider Nuspire."



"Nuspire's flexibility allows it to capitalize on emerging opportunities and disrupters, provide lower prices, and deploy new technologies faster than its competitors."

-Frost & Sullivan

SOC 2 Certified

Nuspire is SOC 2 Compliant

Nuspire undergoes annual SOC 2 auditing against AICPS’s controls of security, availability and confidentiality. Nuspire’s SSAE 16/SOC 2 audited Security Operations Centers follow industry-standardized processes in order to provide the security, privacy, redundancy and flexibility to custom fit your organization’s needs.

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