Nuspire Recieves Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) Certification

Nuspire Networks a Global Network Monitoring and Managed Security Leader Receives PCI Certification

Leading Network Monitoring and Managed Security Provider – Nuspire Networks – announced today that it has received its status as a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) from the PCI Security Standards Council. When combined with its unique 24 x 7 x 365 Network monitoring and Security management solutions for organizations with widely dispersed geographic footprints, Nuspire continues to emerge as an increasingly viable option for organizations looking for Best-In-Science security solutions, said Brian Klumpp, Nuspire Networks CISSP Security Director and PCI QSA.

“This certification provides further industry verification of Nuspire’s unique Managed Services solutions set,” Klumpp said. “To attain the status of a QSA, Nuspire hit the PCI Security Standards Council’s stringent requirements of education, expertise, experience, and aptitude.”

“When you manage and secure the mission critical electronic data, revenue and information assets of Fortune 100 organizations in Financial Services, Health Care, Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Global Media and Global Telecommunications, gaining the credential of PCI QSA was our next logical step to further add value to our clients,” Klumpp added.

According to industry data provided by Visa and MasterCard, breaches and identity thefts Account for $35 million annually in consumer loss alone. For merchants, the costs can account for $202.00 per average consumer. Nearly 80% of small to medium businesses who suffer these breaches face bankruptcy within six months of said breach, Klumpp said, citing Nuspire and PCI Compliance research.

To learn more about these key Security issues and or the superb technical expertise offered by Nuspire Networks, check out Brian Klumpp’s blog at To learn more or to set up an interview with Mr. Klumpp, call Dan Hoban at 248.896.6150.


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