Panda Security has unveiled a cloud-based, software-as-a-service security suite designed to protect corporate resources.
Cloud Internet Protection (CIP) offers protection from botnets, phishing, cross-site scripting and Web 2.0 attacks, and provides peer-to-peer and browser vulnerability protection, according to the firm.
Panda claims that an updated access control feature provides better regulation of Web 2.0 applications and social networks. CIP uses dynamic content classification technologies to identify Web 2.0 applications, and integrates with LDAP/AD for authentication.
Administrators can manage network protection from a single access point using CIP's NanoLog technology, Panda said, and can use a web console for real-time analysis and consolidated reports.
No capital outlay is required to deploy CIP, and implementation is launched through a global network of servers. These should ensure higher reliability, speedier response time and lower latency, the firm said.
Panda said that its worldwide processing gateways can administer 250,000 transactions per second, which it claims is 50 to 100 times more than other proxy servers.
Panda Cloud Internet Protection is sold separately or as part of Panda's Cloud Protection suite.
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