Sir Winston Wishing You A Safe & Happy Easter


 Happy Easter Holidays! I hope you’re all looking forward to a chocolate-filled few days, and perhaps even a glimpse of the Easter Rabbit.

I promised my team at BullGuard I wouldn’t go on a rant about why it’s an Easter Bunny and not an Easter BullDog, but honestly… my kind would make a far superior chocolatier. ‘Like’ this if you agree!

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Online Behaviour Part 2: How To Avoid Shady Characters Online

Shady online behavior_blogWith billions using the internet daily, it’s important to remember that everyone’s intent online is different, and may not be in line with yours. People may not be who they say they are. So trusting blindly can get you in trouble, and sharing information can also get you in trouble.

The Future Of Digital Wallets. What To Expect?

Digital wallets_blogSmartphones have changed our lives. We’re now able to shop, bank, text and talk, all while out and about. They have become the ultimate accessory, whether you bling out your phone or keep it simple, both say a lot about you. The same used to be true of wallets, but believe it or not, the smartphone is revolutionizing that too – we are fast approaching the day when wallets could be a thing of the past.

How Spearphishing Is Being Made Easy

SpearphishingNo, we’re not talking about the sport. We’re talking about one of the internet security threats that have been making a lot of rounds lately. Spearphishing scams are a more evolved form of traditional phishing – highly targeted efforts at identity theft.

How Facebook Users Risk Identity Theft

Facebook risk of identity theft_blog(Once) The world’s greatest conman giving advice on how to protect yourself against Facebook scams? Now, that’s a bit controversial. But, come to think of it, who better to offer advice on how not to get scammed than a scam expert?

If you saw Steven Spielberg’s “Catch Me If You Can,” you probably know who I’m talking about.

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Online Behaviour Part 1: Preventing Potentially Risky Online Behaviour in Children

Risky online behavior in children_blogThe internet is not just a valuable learning tool for children, but also a major player in how they socialize. Between the tablets, phones, laptops, school computers and gaming devices, children have access to the internet just as much as we do, but they aren’t prepped with the same kinds of tools to protect themselves. Simply put, your child could be putting themselves in harm’s way by unknowingly engaging in risky online behaviour patterns.

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