A week ago, a UK Government official advised web users to use fake details, names and other personal information when logging in to social media websites. His statement sparked controversy and was frowned upon by fellow politicians.
You might think that testing security software is an exercise in scientific, unbiased objectivity - a study of mathematical precision. This might lead you to think that such test results are The Truth, and that there is no room for discussion.
If that’s what you think, you’re wrong. Partly wrong, at least.
The point is the same as that of any other blog: to get your attention.
Why do we want your attention? There are a couple of reasons, actually – and it’s not that we are a bunch of 19-years-olds pushing for international celeb status.
So what are we passionate about, here at BullGuard? People, is the short answer.
We want to educate people and help them make the right decisions. I’ll talk more about that in the next post. We also want to protect people from the very cynical, highly organized criminal organisations that have hijacked the internet.
Let me reiterate: we’re passionate about keeping things simple and about people. We also feel strongly about building a business success on something we can actually be proud of, not just something that we can make a profit on: the something we’re proud of is our people passion and that passion translates into wanting to help!