Nuspire Networks

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    Nuspire Networks (Nuspire) is a managed security services provider based on people-first approach. It uses world-class threat intelligence and 24x7 security operations centers to detect, respond to, and remediate advanced cyber threats.
    HQCommerce Charter Township, MI, US
    Employee Ratings3.7

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    Employees (est.) (Nov 2021)203(+3%)
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    Key People/Management at Nuspire Networks

    Lewie Dunsworth

    Lewie Dunsworth

    Chief Executive Officer
    Greg Yarrington

    Greg Yarrington

    Chief Operating Officer
    Ken Carson

    Ken Carson

    Chief Financial Officer
    J.R. Cunningham

    J.R. Cunningham

    Chief Security Officer
    Michael Wilson

    Michael Wilson

    Chief Technology Officer
    Joe Breen

    Joe Breen

    Chief Revenue Officer
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    Nuspire Networks Office Locations

    Nuspire Networks has an office in Commerce Charter Township
    Commerce Charter Township, MI, US (HQ)
    3155 Dallavo Ct
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    Nuspire Networks Financials and Metrics

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    Nuspire Networks Operating Metrics

    Aug, 2021



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    Nuspire Networks Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

    Company NameDateDeal Size
    GBprotect IncApril 11, 2019
    Security ConfidenceApril 07, 2015

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    Nuspire Networks Blogs

    BLOG: 7 Steps to Automate Your SOC

    You might be having trouble finding security talent, but your adversaries aren’t. Droves of online intruders are rattling your network’s doors every day, and now they’re even automating their attacks. As the imbalance grows, the chances increase that a missed alert or under-the-radar event will gran…

    What Are We Learning from 2021 Ransomware Attacks?

    “What didn’t we learn in 2021?” responded Jerry Nguyen, Director of Security Intelligence and Analytics for Nuspire, when asked about his key takeaways for ransomware attacks in 2021. Jerry, along with Nuspire’s Chief Security Officer, J.R. Cunningham, and Cybereason’s Chief Security Officer, Sam Cu…

    How to Harden Your Workforce Against Phishing Attacks

    As any cybercriminal will tell you, the most vulnerable pieces of your company’s infrastructure are sitting at their desks right now. Employees are often easy to distract and fluster, making them vulnerable to social engineering attacks. One of the most common attacks is phishing. Phishing isn’t a n…

    What can we learn from our online enemies?

    In 2021, some of the best cybersecurity advice comes from a 2500-year-old book. In The Art of War, Chinese military leader Sun Tzu said: “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles.” It’s important to know your enemy, but today they are often online, h…

    Building a Multi-layered Cybersecurity Defense

    It takes more than one knight to defend a castle. You need different layers of defense with different characteristics to stop a wide range of threats. These include a drawbridge, a moat, and stone walls, not to mention marksmen with crossbows stationed along its ramparts.   The same is even more tru…

    Endpoint Detection and Response: To DIY or Not to DIY?

    Dissecting EDR  Many organizations struggle with DIY endpoint detection and response (EDR), and stakeholders may question its efficacy and value. The usual path to DIY EDR is for stakeholders to talk to product companies, which by nature focus on products and what they do. Together, they stand up a …
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    Nuspire Networks Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Nuspire Networks founded?

      Nuspire Networks was founded in 1999.

    • Who are Nuspire Networks key executives?

      Nuspire Networks's key executives are Lewie Dunsworth, Greg Yarrington and Ken Carson.

    • How many employees does Nuspire Networks have?

      Nuspire Networks has 203 employees.

    • Who are Nuspire Networks competitors?

      Competitors of Nuspire Networks include Volo, S2W and Taldor.

    • Where is Nuspire Networks headquarters?

      Nuspire Networks headquarters is located at 3155 Dallavo Ct, Commerce Charter Township.

    • Where are Nuspire Networks offices?

      Nuspire Networks has an office in Commerce Charter Township.

    • How many offices does Nuspire Networks have?

      Nuspire Networks has 1 office.