Panda has created the concept of a Global Malware Observatory to monitor the emergence and proliferation of threats in all countries and areas of the world.
The two main components of the Observatory are:
The observatory is also supported by Panda's Malware Encyclopedia which provides detailed information and solutions for every threat in circulation.
For more information on the Panda Security's Global Malware Observatory, click here.
The Global ThreatWatch.
A device created by Panda Security which scientifically calculates the current threat status of any region on the planet in real-time.
In the same way that a thermometer can measure the temperature at a specific place at a specific time, the Global ThreatWatch measures the probability that a computer will be hit by a threat at a specific place and time.
It functions in a similar way as weather reports or the flags at the beach when there are dangerous currents. It is an indicator of the threat 'climate' complete with a database that provides adequate preventive measures for users.
To find out more about the Global ThreatWatch, click here.
The Panda Security Virus Infection Map.
A color and percentages- coded map that indicates the increase or decrease in the spread of viruses in each country, continent or across the world.
To find out more about the Panda Virus Infection Map, click here.
How does Panda Security´s global malware observatory works?
This network of sensors, is formed by the thousands of users all over the world who use Panda Security antivirus to protect their computers.
Automatically and with users' consent, the results of scans are transmitted to a central processing station for the observatory, where an automated system then processes this immense volume of information, providing the following data:
The diagram below illustrates how the observatory works: