BullGuard Internet Security 2016 has received another high ranking score from the most trusted consumer test magazine in Germany. This time around German consumer organization Stiftung Warentest has ranked BullGuard Internet Security 2016 the top product in a group test of security suites.
In January this year UK consumer champion Which? endorsed BullGuard Internet Security 2016 with a Which? ‘Best Buy’.
Sweden’s leading consumer watchdog Råd & Rön has added further weigh to the protective power of BullGuard Internet Security 2016 by awarding it ‘best-in-test’ an assessment of 18 security software products. The accolade comes just days after a similar award by German consumer organisation Stiftung Warentest and a Best Buy award from UK consumer champion Which? earlier this year.
BullGuard has scooped a ‘Best Buy’ from Which? for its Internet Security 2016 software suite. If you’re a BullGuard Internet Security user it’s reassurance of the high standards of protection that safeguard you, and if not, perhaps it’s something to consider.
Which? Best Buy’saren’t given out lightly. In fact they’re reserved for “security suites that will keep your computer as safe as Fort Knox.”
BullGuard has done it again. The company has been nominated as a finalist in the annual PCR Awards, an event that recognises outstanding achievement in the UK PC and tech industry.
BullGuard has been nominated as a finalist in two categories at the PCR Awards 2016, Best Software Publisher and Best Service & Support, a testament to the company’s endeavours in providing the highest levels of protection and support for its customers.
A new version of BullGuard Internet Security is here. It features enhancements designed to deepen protection against new and emerging threats as well as tools to ensure blistering computer performance. There’s also a new backup feature which enables you save your files directly into Dropbox and parental controls that are even more flexible.
If you’re planning to migrate to Windows 10 you can do so with the reassurance that all BullGuard products are fully compatible with the new operating system so your security will continue to work following migration
Online dating is de rigueur these days. But given the number of skanky scamsters prowling the online dating world you’re as likely to meet a lustful Lothario or frightening Medusa as a Romeo or Juliet. At least that’s what respondents to a BullGuard survey said. Read on to see if you’ve fallen foul of online dating traps and pick up some solid tips to keep you safe.
The release of new Apple product is always greeted with near hysteria and the Apple Watch is no different. The ability to buy goods by waving your wrist at a terminal is one of the features proudly touted by Apple, as is the technically tough security of its Apple Pay system. And certainly these are achievements to be acknowledged. But just how secure is it and how long will it be before some hacks it?
Fed up with a computer that takes an age and a day to fire up? A new BullGuard feature, Boot Manager, helps you change all that by nailing down the applications and processes that eat up processing power when your computer starts up. This means you can disable the hungry ones and get off to a fast start.
There’s always something going on in the cyber world but the past week has been particularly noteworthy, ranging from businesses fighting back with a useful scam tracker to worrying findings suggesting that destructive attacks on critical infrastructure organisations are actually far more frequent than you would think.