Panda Security has released a new version of its cross-platform corporate solution.

The cloud security company's Panda Cloud Office Protection (PCOP) version 7.0 enables customers to act independently to secure their IT infrastructure against attacks.

"Currently, almost 90 percent of our customers are satisfied or very satisfied with PCOP. With the new version, we hope to increase this level of satisfaction because we include many of the features that [they] have been asking us [for]," Silvia Torres Senso, Panda Security's global public relations director, told Talkin' Cloud.

PCOP 7.0 includes new dashboards and remediation capabilities and allows customers to access information about their detection, license and protections status.

The solution also delivers in-depth threat data reports that are organized by risk level, according to Panda Security.

"We have improved the reports process in PCOP 7.0 so our customers will now have more intuitive access to information about threats: where they're located, where they came from, etc.," Panda Security Product Manager Director Manuel Santamaría said in a prepared statement.

Torres Senso added she expects PCOP 7.0 to help medium-sized and large organizations, including enterprises with more than 100 endpoints.

"We expect to grow strongly in the number of customers with more than 100 seats," she said. "We currently have 120,000 customers with PCOP, and most customers are less than 100 seats. Covering with PCOP 7.0 many of the demands of medium and large companies, we hope to grow in [this customer group]."

Panda Security said PCOP 7.0 protects Linux, Mac OS X and Windows users against known and zero-day threats.

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