22 posts categorized "October 2013"

Boss Day at BullGuard – Winston reporting

Posted by winston@bullguard.com

Boss Winston


‘Ello ‘Ello, Winston here.


Today is Boss Day, and for those Springsteen fans out there, I’m sorry, but this isn’t about ‘The Boss’. As I’m really the big boss around here at BullGuard (Like if you agree), I’ve been asked to share a little something with you about BullGuard.  


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Category: Winston's Comments

BullGuard launches its most advanced Internet Security software suite yet

Posted by blog@bullguard.com

BullGuard Internet SecurityElegantly simple interface for all levels of users, enhanced behavioural detection - and vulnerability detection, backups and tune-ups that run silently in the background with minimal impact on system resources.


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Category: BullGuard News Comments

The privacy paradox: sharing on social networks

Posted by kdunlaevy@gmail.com

Privacy Paradox

Have you heard about the Privacy Paradox? As we share more and more information with each other on Facebook, a privacy paradox has evolved. Before we get into it, take a minute to consider what you have chosen to share with all Facebook users and the World Wide Web within your Facebook profile.


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Category: Internet Threats, Social Media Comments

Quitting Facebook: should you consider virtual identity suicide?

Posted by kdunlaevy@gmail.com

Virtual suicide


Perhaps you’ve had a few friends quit Facebook recently, or maybe you’re considering doing so yourself, either way, Facebook quitters are on the rise.

But why?

There are several reasons, internet privacy, internet addiction and content are the main three that we’ll explore.


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Category: Internet Security, Internet Threats, Social Media Comments

“Sensitive information”- How much personal information we share freely?

Posted by sabina.datcu@bullguard.com

Personal information sharing

The concept of ‘sensitive information’ has a lot of different definitions, most of them being parts of the laws and regulations of different countries. To sum these definitions up, information is considered to be sensitive if the loss of its confidentiality or availability has severely undesirable effects on organizations or individuals.


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Category: Security News Comments

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