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NXTSoft is a Birmingham-based company that develops education and training programs in the financial security and cybersecurity sectors. It was founded in 2017 as a holding company for ThreatAdvice and BankerAdvice divisions, and is headed by CEO David Brasfield and president Steve Hines. Other partners include Randy Goggans and Ray Martin. The company's main offices are located at 850 Corporate Parkway in the Meadow Brook Corporate Park.

In late 2018 NXTSoft acquired Echo Partners LLC of Memphis, Tennessee. In March 2019 the company acquired Birmingham's Integrated Legacy Solutions.


ThreatAdvice founded in 2016, is a consulting firm that provides cybersecurity education and training to employers. Jason Asbury is president of that division. Jennifer Skjellum, former president of TechBirmingham, heads the company's Chattanooga, Tennessee-based blockchain and crypto innovation department.

In 2016 ThreatAdvice began offering its clients discounted subscriptions to LifeLock's credit monitoring and identity protection insurance programs.

In 2018 the company contracted with the State of Alabama and with Hoover City Schools to conduct employee training programs. Late that year ThreatAdvice hired former confidence man and anti-fraud consultant Frank Abagnale to serve as its spokesperson.


BankerAdvice is the financial security division of NXTSoft.

Through the acquisition of Springhouse Digital in May 2018, BankerAdvice added Starr Largin and Gary Foster to its executive staff. The company's "Springhouse Compliance" division hosts the "FiHub" communications platform for banking professionals, "AuditBridge" risk assessment software, and IntelliSense cycersecurity threat assessment.

In December 2018 the firm acquired FIMAC Solutions LLC of Denver, Colorado, publisher of FIMACMountain analytical and reporting software. FIMAC president John Anton became president of the division.


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