Beta Test Panda Global Protection 2015, Win Some Cool Prizes
Article by George Norman
On 18 Jun 2014
A beta version of Panda Global Protection 2015 has been released to the public by cloud security company Panda Security. The interesting thing is that it comes with a refreshed interface, parental controls, new Tuneup module, and other improvements.

If you Beta test the new Panda Global Protection 2015, you have the chance to win some cool prizes: cash prizes, subscriptions for 3 devices.

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Cloud security company Panda Security recently announced that it rolled out a Beta version of Panda Global Protection 2015, the security solution that protects all the devices in your home from viruses and other threats. Panda Global Protection can be used on a PC, on a Mac, on an Android tablet, or on an Android smartphone. It offers a maximum level of protection for all these devices.

The 2015 version of Panda Global Protection is more secure, has more features, and it is lighter. It comes with the following improvements
  • Refreshed interface that is even easier to use.
  • New technological platform that harnesses the power of Panda’s cloud.
  • Firewall and intrusion detection system.
  • Parental controls so that kids can safely surf the web.
  • Data Shield module protects documents from malware that tries to steal or hijack them.
  • Keep the computer clean by using the new Tuneup module.

Panda Security is inviting the community to get Panda Global Protection 2015 Beta and put it to the test. Join the Beta test and you have the chance to win a cool prize.

The following prizes are offered by Panda Security to those who test Panda Global Protection 2015 Beta:
  • Beta Tester of the Year Grand Prize worth €600
  • 9 Prizes worth €200.
  • 250 prizes consisting of subscriptions to Panda Global Protection 2015. A subscription is valid for 3 devices.
“Beta versions help us ensure our products include every feature demanded by our user community and everything works as requested. Users’ opinions are key to making our products even better, so we listen to and interact with them to make sure our solutions are perfectly suited to their needs”, explained Hervé Lambert, Retail Product Marketing Manager at Panda Security.

“This year’s version has been developed from scratch. Everything is new, and we can safely say that Panda Global Protection 2015 is lighter, more secure and more complete than ever before. In a word, it is clearly better. This is our opinion, and we expect our beta testers to confirm it”, concluded Lambert.

Additional info on Panda Security is available here.

Get Panda Global Protection 2015 Beta by clicking this link.

Use the Panda Security Beta Forum or send an email to beta@pandasecurity.com if you want to submit suggestions, questions and comments.



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