Protects all endpoint devices, whether or not they’re connected to the corporate network
Cloud Security Company Panda Security has released the beta version of Panda Cloud Office Protection (PCOP) 6.0, its cloud-based security service for PCs, servers and corporate laptops managed remotely through a web-based console.
The new release of Panda Cloud Office Protection 6.0 includes device control technologies that prevent the spread of malware through the improper use of external devices such as USB flash drives, digital cameras, DVDs and more.
The device controls will allow organisations to improve productivity by enforcing policies to deny access, force read-only access, or grant total access on multiple device types through the PCOP web-based console.
The new version is hosted in Windows Azure, a cloud services platform hosted in Microsoft data centres. Windows Azure uses a set of privacy and security controls that ensure maximum protection of its hosted data and applications, ensuring maximum security for PCOP users.
Panda Cloud Office Protection protects all endpoint devices, whether or not they’re connected to the corporate network, against known and unknown viruses, spyware, botnets, phishing attacks, cross-site scripting, exploits, zero-day threats and other malware in real time.
In addition, Panda’s cloud-based Collective Intelligence technology identifies and isolates malware before it reaches the network, delivering real-world, real-time protection around the clock.