The main innovations included in Panda’s 2014 Retail range of solutions include multi-platform protection offered by Panda Global Protection 2014.
Cloud security specialist Panda Security announced the availability of a range of retail solutions for a variety of operating systems, including Panda Global Protection 2014, Panda Internet Security 2014 and Panda Antivirus Pro 2014.
The main innovations included in Panda Security’s 2014 Retail range of solutions include multi-platform protection offered by Panda Global Protection 2014 for Windows, including XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8, Mac, including Apple’s mobile devices such as the iPad, iPhone and iPhone Touch, and Android devices, such as tablets, smartphones and even smart TVs.
The solutions, built on Panda’s Collective Intelligence system, is designed to provide protection from viruses, hackers, online fraud and identity theft, in addition to known and unknown threats, with minimum impact on PC performance.
“During the first six months of the year, 17 percent more malware samples were created than in the same period last year, so the situation is not just dangerous but also the degree of danger is increasing every month,” Luis Corrons, technical director of PandaLabs at Panda Security, said in a statement. “Recently, Panda Security has noticed a gradual increase in attacks on mobile platforms, although there are significantly fewer than those against PCs. In any case, Android has become cyber-crooks’ preferred mobile operating system. Furthermore, there are more and more Trojans and malware in general that take advantage of these types of devices to infect PCs when they connect to them.”
The 2014 edition of both Internet Security and Antivirus Pro boost their capabilities against viruses, hackers and other threats. In addition to these features, Internet Security 2014 also provides options to protect the family, the user’s identify and user data through parental control, remote access, removal of spam and backup with file restore, and other features.
The identity protection, anti-spam, parental control, backup, remote access, optimization, file encryption and password management modules have also been optimized.
Antivirus Pro also provides rapid and intuitive protection and includes a firewall, virtual keyboard, home network management, a rescue kit and multimedia options, and other features.
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