Panda Security is a Spanish multinational specialized in the development of IT security solutions. Initially focused on the development of antivirus software, the company has since expanded its line of business to advanced cybersecurity services with technology for preventing cyber-crime.
Traditional security solutions, while effective in protecting against malware, are not capable of dealing with attacks where non-malicious tools and other advanced techniques such as APTs, zero-day threats, targeted attacks or ransomware are used.
It is imperative to use security software appropriate to the level of threat that you are facing. That's why Panda Security provides next-generation anti-malware solutions with prevention, detection and remediation capabilities.
Unlike traditional antivirus solutions, which only take action if a process is malicious, our smart technology, based on Big Data and Artificial Intelligence, monitors, scan and classify every process run on your devices. The continuous and thorough monitoring of the activities executed on your network allows us to classify every running process as goodware or malware, offering you a broad range of integrated remediation options.
The use of Artificial Intelligence allows us to increase threat detection significantly, while reducing response and remediation times. Additionally, the application of Machine Learning enables us to scan huge amount of data and detect behavior patterns.
Thanks to the combination of these technologies, our security system is always learning without forgetting: the more data it collects, the smarter it becomes.
The lack of visibility and the complexity of new threats make it increasingly difficult to effectively protect IT infrastructures. Thanks to a fully integrated approach, Panda Security wants to guide companies and partners through a path made of new technologies, advanced detection systems and the transition from the traditional "Threat Detection" to the techniques of "Threat Hunting". The goal is to best support partners and end users to develop a security system based on attack hypotheses. In this way, it will be possible to understand if certain corporate environments could be subject to an attack and of what nature, allowing our customers to be more predictive in responding to cybercrime threats.