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What sets cybersecurity managed services apart? Technology is important – Nuspire has the latest – but our people make the difference. Smart, passionate, dedicated professionals who listen and go above and beyond what is expected of them. That’s why 99%1 of our clients, who operate in 40 countries, stay with us year after year.

Many managed security services providers (MSSPs) will stop short. As a Tier 3 MSSP, going beyond what standard MSSPs might provide is our usual. We include proactive remediation, continuous tuning, and recommendations to prevent future attacks.
1Client retention rate is measured by calendar year

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Managed Security Services

Cast a broad security net

Network security is constantly changing. Get fully customized protection where you need it.

Managed Detection and Response (MDR)

Proactively identify and contain threats anywhere in your environment

Improve results with proprietary threat data and expert analysis

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Create and execute the right plan

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Threats to your organization can come from anywhere. We identify and defend against known and unknown threats including those that may have gone undetected by your current system or other traditional systems.

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Nuspire’s Quarterly Threat Landscape Report: Q3 2020

In Q2 2020, Nuspire observed the increasing lengths threat actors were going to in order to capitalize on the pandemic and resulting crisis. New attack vectors were created; including VPN usage, home network security issues, personal device usage for business purposes and auditability of network traffic.

In Q3 2020, we’ve observed threat actors become even more ruthless, shifting focus from home networks to overburdened public entities including the education sector and the Election Assistance Commission (EAC).

Many school districts were forced into 100% virtual or hybrid learning models by the pandemic. Attackers have waged ransomware attacks at learning institutions who not only have the financial resources to pay ransoms but feel a sense of urgency to do so in order to avoid disruptions during the school year. Meanwhile, the U.S. Elections have provided lures for phishers to attack. Nuspire witnessed Q3 attempts to guide victims to fake voter registration pages to harvest information while spoofing the Election Assistance Commission (EAC).

Like these examples, cybercriminals taking advantage of prominent media themes are expected. We anticipate our Q4 2020 Threat Report to find campaigns leveraging more of the United States Presidential election as well. This is simply due to the fact that cybercriminals are predictable. Keeping up with the latest threat intelligence can help your organization prepare for current themes and understand your risk.

This report explores recent cybersecurity challenges and presents our findings, analysis and recommendations. Aggregated and correlated data from our enterprise, mid-market client datasets and our partner Recorded Future provide a unique and expert vantage point.

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Nuspire Named to MSSP Alert’s Top 250 MSSPs List for 2020

COMMERCE, MI. (September 29, 2019) – MSSP Alert, published by After Nines Inc., has named Nuspire to the Top 250 MSSPs list for 2020 (

The list and research identify and honor the top MSSPs, managed detection and response (MDR) and security operations center as a Service (SOCaaS) providers worldwide.

The rankings are based on MSSP Alert’s 2020 readership survey combined with the digital media site’s global editorial coverage of managed security services providers. The fourth-annual list has expanded from 2019 (200 honorees) and 2018-2017 (100 honorees) amid MSSP Alert’s continued, organic readership growth.

“We are honored to be named to the MSSP Alert’s Top 250 MSSPs and thrilled to break through to the top 20,” said Lewie Dunsworth, CEO at Nuspire. “Our rising ranking year over year is a testament to our people-first approach to cybersecurity. It showcases our commitment to making our clients fanatically happy by serving as a real extension of their team, understanding their needs and helping them achieve their security programs’ goals.”

“After Nines Inc. and MSSP Alert congratulate Nuspire on this year’s honor,” said Amy Katz, CEO of After Nines Inc. “Despite the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s honorees continue to accelerate their businesses, mitigate customer risk and safeguard digital assets worldwide.”

Highlights from the associated MSSP Alert research include:

  • MSSP Revenue Growth: MSSP honorees, on average, expect to generate $19.15 million in revenue for 2020, up 16% from $16.47 million in 2019.
  • Geography: Honorees are headquartered in 25 different countries — up from 19 countries in the 2019 report.
  • Profits: 84% of MSSPs surveyed expect to be profitable for fiscal year 2020.
  • Security Operations Centers: 67% have in-house SOCs, 24% are hybrid, 6% completely outsource their SOCs, and 3% are reevaluating their SOC strategies.
  • Cyberattack Trends: The most frequent attacks targeting MSSP customers in 2020 include phishing (95%), vulnerability (76%) and ransomware (69%) attacks.
  • Cybersecurity Solutions: In a continued sign of market fragmentation, MSSP survey participants mentioned 129 different hardware, software, cloud, and services vendors that assist their cybersecurity efforts — up from 95 in 2019.
  • M&A: Mergers, acquisitions and private equity investments continue to accelerate across the MSSP landscape. Twenty high-profile deals involving MSSP 250 honorees have surfaced since last year’s report.

The Top 250 MSSPs list and research were overseen by Content Czar Joe Panettieri (@JoePanettieri). Find the online list and associated report here:

For the third consecutive year, Nuspire is named to the MSSP Alert list. This year, the company moved up seven positions, ranking number 20. This distinction further demonstrates Nuspire’s consistent growth and ability to deliver superior threat detection and remediation with the help of a skilled team of experts from its security operations center.

About Nuspire

Nuspire is a leading managed security services provider (MSSP) that is revolutionizing the cybersecurity experience by taking an optimistic and people first approach. Our deep bench of cybersecurity experts, world-class threat intelligence and 24×7 security operations centers (SOCs) detect, respond and remediate advanced cyber threats. We offer comprehensive services that combine award-winning threat detection with superior response capabilities to provide end-to-end protection across the gateway, network and endpoint ecosystem. Our client base spans thousands of enterprises of all sizes, across multiple industries, and achieves the greatest risk reduction per cyber-dollar spent. At Nuspire, we are laser-focused on delivering an extraordinary cybersecurity experience that exceeds client expectations. For more information, visit and follow @Nuspire.

About After Nines Inc.

After Nines Inc. provides timeless IT guidance for strategic partners and IT security professionals across ChannelE2E ( and MSSP Alert (  ChannelE2E tracks every stage of the IT service provider journey — from entrepreneur to exit. MSSP Alert is the global voice for Managed Security Services Providers (MSSPs).  

  • For sponsorship information contact After Nines Inc. CEO Amy Katz, [email protected]
  • For content and editorial questions contact After Nines Inc. Content Czar Joe Panettieri, [email protected]
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On Demand Webinar: How to Create a Proactive Cybersecurity Program

When it comes to creating your cybersecurity program, having a reactive strategy where you’re setting up devices on your perimeter and hoping it catches the bad actors, no longer works for many organizations today.

If you’re finding yourself constantly worried about threats getting through your perimeter and onto your network, or consistently doing damage control for threats that did get through, then it’s time you consider upgrading your cybersecurity strategy from a reactive to a proactive approach.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • The difference between a reactive vs. proactive cybersecurity strategy
  • Benefits of a proactive strategy
  • Steps to build a proactive program today
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