Windows 10 has been available for some time and it’s likely that many of us will be using it at some point down the line. In this, the second in our Windows 10 blog series, we look at some of the most prominent features in the operating system to give you a head’s up when you do eventually use it, if you’re not doing so already.
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.
As more high profile celeb photo hacks hit the headlines, the mother of One Direction, Harry Styles and singing sensation Adele, it’s a timely reminder that we all need to keep a careful eye on our personal mobile data. It actually quite simple to toughen up security around iCloud and Android devices – and here’s how.
Password managers are an essential tool to keep your personal information safe, allowing you to set really strong passwords and making them easy to use so you don’t have to remember the complex password formulas you have created. We’ve flagged up eight of the most popular – check them out, there’s sure to be one for you.
The Internet of Things is more than just a wave of hype – it’s already here thanks to smart TVs, automated heating systems and a wide range of other connected devices. And it’s only going to get bigger as more everyday items connect to the internet. But what does it mean for every day users?
Check this infographic to find out.
Identity theft is surging as Financial Fraud UK releases new figures outlining the scale of losses in 2015. It’s a growing problem, but one that can be successfully addressed if we accept that companies will be hacked, our data will be lost and we, as individuals, also need to take steps to protect ourselves.
A few years ago 50 billion apps had been downloaded from the Android Google Play store. It’s a bewilderingly high number and one that illustrates just how popular, and useful, apps have become. But finding the apps that you find practical can be quite an exercise. That’s why we’ve listed 15 of the most useful Android apps you can use from cloud storage to password storage and offline maps.
Welcome to part II of how stay anonymous online. This blog largely goes a little technically deeper than part 1 but that doesn’t mean to says it’s technically complex. Some of the steps are quite easy and require little more than downloads rather than tinkering around with settings. If you’re serious about protecting your online privacy, then this is for you.
The idea of privacy online has just about been blown out of the water following the relatively recent revelations about government snooping. That said, there are some simple steps you can take, often requiring no more than a few seconds of your time, to protect your privacy whether its anonymous browsing or whether you simply want to stop your browsing activities from being tracked. In the first part of this blog we look at some really simple steps you can take that effectively stop you from being tracked and stalked by ads.