Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS) Provider OmniNet CEO to Speak at ASCII Success Summit in D.C.
OmniNet CEO Andrew Bagrin to present how MSPs can overcome the cyber security trichotomy and help their customers stay protected against cyber threats
OmniNet (OmniNet), a leading provider of Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS) for small businesses, announced today that CEO and Founder Andrew Bagrin will be speaking at the upcoming ASCII Success Summit in D.C. on September 16. As cyber security continues to make headlines, Bagrin will discuss key security trends affecting the small business market and how MSPs can provide their customers with protection against threats at an affordable price.
“The security space continues to be an area of ongoing opportunity for managed service providers,” said Jerry Koutavas, president, The ASCII Group. “We are excited to have OmniNet present and support our efforts as we bring our event to the Greater Washington DC area market.”
As part of ASCII’s regional success summit series, the event will be focused on helping managed service and IT providers excel by offering marketing and sales best practices in a highly engaging environment, focused primarily on servicing the SMB market. Tailored to meet the specific needs of small businesses, OmniNet offers an affordable, yet easy-to-install Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS) platform based on industry-leading Unified Threat Management (UTM) system. Bagrin will educate attendees on how to leverage the OmniNet platform to help their customers stay ahead of emerging cyber security threats as they continue to evolve and threaten the livelihood of the small business community.
WHAT: “How to Overcome the Cyber Security Trichotomy”
WHO: Andrew Bagrin, CEO and founder of OmniNet
WHEN: September 16, 2015 from 4:50 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. ET
WHERE: Westfield’s Marriott Washington Dulles (14750 Conference Center Drive, Chantilly, VA)
“With the sophistication of security threats increasing daily and the cost and complexity of cyber security following suit, it remains critical for small businesses to learn how to stay ahead of the latest threats without impacting performance, cost and ultimately the flow of their businesses,” said Andrew Bagrin, CEO and founder, OmniNet. “Our mission is to have managed service and IT service providers walk away from this event feeling empowered to help small business customers stay safe from threats while freeing up the time to focus efforts on growing their businesses.”
Founded in 2013 to bring affordable, enterprise-level security technology to the small business, OmniNet has become a leading provider of Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS) and has served numerous managed service providers (MSPs) and small businesses across various industries including retail, restaurants, hospitality, and professional services.
OmniNet was also a recipient of the “Best New Product” award at the ASCII Boston Success Summit last month.
To view the full agenda for the ASCII DC Success Summit, visit: http://www.asciievents.com/workshop
To learn more about OmniNet’ channel partner program, visit: http://omninet.wpengine.com/partnerprogram/
OmniNet (OmniNet) is a leading provider of Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS) that delivers enterprise-level security technology to small businesses. Based on industry-leading unified threat management (UTM) technology, OmniNet’ customizable cloud-based security solution offers continual protection against cyber threats and intrusion at an affordable price. With no bandwidth pollution, the SECaaS delivery model ensures that the latest virus definitions and threat updates are in use for continual threat assessment. Founded in 2013, OmniNet serves numerous managed service providers (MSPs) and small businesses in various industries including retail, restaurants, hospitality, and professional services. To learn more, visit omninet.wpengine.com or follow on Twitter@OmniNet.
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