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NSP poised for stronger presence in Kiwi market after two new appointments

27 Jul 17

It’s an exciting time for NSP, an Auckland-based security, managed services and cloud solutions provider.

With a focus on bringing more clarity and structure to its brand and on driving more focus on its customer relationships, NSP has made a number of key appointments over the past several months.

The first of these appointments is of Joerg Buss as NSP’s chief information security officer.

“NSP is excited to have secured Joerg Buss as chief information security officer in a role that will see him lead our security team and further enhance our security offering, CyberHawk”, explains Brent Larsen, NSP managing director.

Buss began working at NSP this week, bringing a wealth of experience in the New Zealand information security space to the company.

Buss’ previously held the position of senior information security consultant at Optinet, an Auckland-based security company.

Prior to Optinet, Buss helped develop the BSI framework and certification (ISO27K) for the German government. He then spent 10 years helping German businesses, mainly financial institutes, telcos and electricity companies, apply the standard to their environments.

In addition, John Muir has been appointed to the position of NSP’s technical director following five years with the company as senior solutions architect. Muir’s 20 years’ experience in ICT includes business analysis, programming, engineering and consultancy to solution architecture.

Moreover, Muir has experience helping SMEs develop ICT roadmaps to fast track their business outcomes.

Muir’s brings experience in aligning IT objectives to support business strategies and goals, and the ability to offer support throughout the entire lifecycle of a project to his new role at NSP.

NSP is on a mission to continue innovating within the security space by focusing on taking real, everyday security threats and delivering tangible solutions that balance risk, improve resilience, and offer increased visibility.

With NSP’s recent appointments and a refreshed focus on the structure of its brand, the Kiwi security company is poised for a stronger technical presence within the market.

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