FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., May 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- DFS 500 has been a disaster for many of the smaller financial firms in the state of New York. Chaos is rampant and organizations have no idea what to do or where to turn for advice. As a result, Omnicron Security has set aside a portion of its network scanning devices for businesses to use, free of charge to help get started in the cyber security process.
According to Omnicron CEO, David Friede, "DFS 500 was put in place to make businesses take cyber security seriously. One key requirement is adequate internal network security. Without knowing what's on a network in the first place, that is not possible. Most firms are placing 100% trust in their managed IT providers without audits of performance or proof of security posture. We're here to keep everyone honest and help secure every business, no matter how small."
Information technology providers have also been overwhelmed with the new requirements. Some have not established adequate internal security measures, while others have gone without being audited for years. Omnicron provides an easy way to help ensure the bases are covered and proper attention paid to security deficiencies. Omnicron is also used by MSPs to help with vulnerability identification and helping prioritize remediation efforts.
Businesses sign up on the website https://www.omnicronsec.com/purchase-omnicron-here/omnicron-free-network-scan. After paying the small postage fee, Omnicron will send its scanning device. The device is plugged in, Omnicron runs an internal network scan and provides a network asset list. When complete, the device is mailed back in the included, postage paid envelope. The entire process can take as little as one hour, requires no support from the user and the device can be put in the postage paid return envelope the same day.
Omnicron Security was established to help every business on the path to becoming cyber secure. With years of development by an industry-recognized professional, the platform provides leading edge security results at minimal cost. Omnicron provides network scans, vulnerability scans, penetration testing, employee education and awareness and physical audit information. The company's business model revolves around serving every small business in the most convenient, cost effective manner available.
For more information or to get started, visit www.omnicronsec.com
SOURCE Omnicron Security