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HIPAA

OmniNet solves a piece of the large puzzle for your customer to reach HIPAA compliance with OmniShield or OmniWAN services. OmniNet provides Unified Threat Management services

OmniNet fill requirements by providing Firewall, IDS/IPS, antivirus, antimalware, web filtering, application control, DLP, advance threat prevention, botnet/C2 defense, DOS defense and network encryption for site to site communication.  OmniNet can also provide secure remote access. Many other policies and controls must be put in place from a physical perspective as well as an electronic access perspective to any systems housing any ePHI the customer has. OmniNet is an easy add on to help get your customer down that path. We suggest contacting experienced HIPAA compliance vendors to help you with your customers initiatives to achieve HIPAA compliance.

PCI and other compliances

Similar to HIPAA OmniNet helps with these compliances but like all technologies or platforms, it does not fully make your company compliant. PCI compliance requires proper use and implementation of technologies. OmniNet’s goal is to make it much easier for you and your customers to reach compliance.

OmniNet fill requirements by providing Firewall, IDS/IPS, antivirus, antimalware, web filtering, application control, DLP, advance threat prevention, botnet/C2 defense, DOS defense and network encryption for site to site communication and network segregation and isolation.  OmniNet can also provide secure remote access. Many other policies and controls must be put in place from a physical perspective as well as an electronic access perspective to any systems housing any PCI data the customer has. OmniNet is an easy add on to help get your customer down that path.  

This information along with the pdf attached that shows where OmniNet fits in, should help your PCI compliance initiatives. Compliance initiatives can be driven forward by working with companies that provide access to Qualified Security Assessors (QSAs) to meet and officially validate the correct PCI requirements as required by PCI for your company.

Compliance Scanning

There are various vendors out there that provide these services. If this is PCI the Qualified Security Assessors (QSAs) must be an Approved Scanning Vendor (ASV) which follow a strict guideline lifecycle to maintain their ASV status and perform scanning to validate compliance with PCI DSS requirements.

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