Nuspire Delivers Advanced Threat Intelligence through Partnership with Recorded Future

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New partnership helps protect client networks with the most advanced security available

Nuspire, a leading and trusted managed security services provider (MSSP), today announced its partnership with Recorded Future, the largest security intelligence provider, to deliver clients with actionable threat intelligence that reduces risk with real-time data.

As an industry that is evolving so rapidly, providing our clients with services powered by advanced threat intelligence is critical,” said John Ayers, Chief Strategy Product Officer at Nuspire. “Partnering with Recorded Future to enrich our threat intelligence data helps further deliver peace of mind to our clients knowing their network is safe from the latest adversaries.”

Through this partnership, Nuspire’s cybersecurity experts use Recorded Future’s superior intelligence research to enrich Nuspire’s data and additional data sources to quickly detect and identify threats. Fusing client’s technology from many sources into one system and workflow provides a holistic view of your threat environment and leads to a rapid proactive response. Through this advanced threat intelligence, clients obtain the following benefits:

  • Proactive investigation that identifies, eliminates and prevents suspicious known and unknown activity before it launches an attack

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  • 24×7 affordable access to security expertise and threat hunters whom operate as an extension of your team while reducing time to compile reports
  • Save money and time by resolving security events quickly

“Intelligence is key to identifying and preventing threats to help organizations reduce their risk and stay safe,” said Rich Shirley, VP of Global Partnerships at Recorded Future. “We’re excited to partner with Nuspire, whose security experts will now have access to intelligence across open, closed, and proprietary sources, including hard-to-reach places like the dark web and hacker forums, to help protect their clients.”