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Inspira Extends Cybersecurity Coverage, Opens Dallas Cyber Fusion Center

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Inspira Enterprise has launched a Cyber Fusion Center (CFC) in Dallas, Texas that will "fortify organizations' overall cybersecurity posture with tightly integrated data detection, investigation and response," according to the company.

The CFC combines a next-generation security operations center (SOC) with a customer experience center, Inspira noted. It builds on Inspira's global growth strategy and investments in cybersecurity talent, packaged solutions and industry-based expertise.

What Inspira's Dallas Cyber Fusion Center Offers

The CFC helps organizations identify and analyze cyber threats, Inspira said. It provides cybersecurity expertise and the ability to detect, respond and remediate threats.

In addition, the CFC is integrated with Inspira’s other CFCs in India and the United Arab Emirates, the company noted. That way, organizations can receive global security coverage.

Amit Gandre, Inspira's CEO for the Americas region, commented on how his company's CFCs address many cybersecurity challenges:

"Our Cyber Fusion Centers are more than just a typical SOC. They harness advanced security tools from industry-leading solution providers alongside Inspira's services. Combined with our Customer Experience Center, which aims to address the shortage of cyber skills through strategic public-private partnerships, including collaboration with local academic institutions, our CFCs promise a world-class experience for our customers."

Inspira Expands Leadership Team

The Dallas CFC launch comes after Inspira in October 2022 made the following additions to its leadership team:

Inspira provides Vulnerability Management-in-the-Box and other cybersecurity risk management solutions and services to more than 550 organizations in the Americas, Asia Pacific, Middle East, India and Africa. The company does not offer a partner program for MSSPs and MSPs but may develop and launch one in the future.

Dan Kobialka

Dan Kobialka is senior contributing editor, MSSP Alert and ChannelE2E. He covers IT security, IT service provider business strategies and partner programs. Dan holds a M.A. in Print and Multimedia Journalism from Emerson College and a B.A. in English from Bridgewater State University. In his free time, Dan enjoys jogging, traveling, playing sports, touring breweries and watching football.