Competition: win security gear with BullGuard

BullGuard is offering PCR readers an amazing opportunity to win a massive package of goodies which would help kit out any retailer's security section
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BullGuard is offering PCR readers an amazing opportunity to win a massive package of goodies which would help kit out any retailer's security section.

BullGuard is Europe’s number one rated consumer security company. Its award-winning product portfolio includes in-depth internet security, comprehensive mobile security, 24/7 identity protection, and social media protection for both home and small business users. BullGuard is also a pioneer in the Internet of Things (IoT) and connected device security for consumers. It released the world’s first IoT Scanner and following the acquisition of Dojo Labs is leading the consumer-cyber security industry in providing the highest level of protection to consumers across all of their internet-connected devices and smart homes.

The prize package includes the following:

  • 1 x 10 pack of BullGuard Internet Security and a POS kit consisting of a branded counter top display unit
  • 4 x A2 Internet Security product posters
  • 50 IS end user leaflets
  • 50 Parents Guides
  • 2 x BullGuard mugs
  • 10 x BullGuard pens
  • 5 x Bullguard lanyards.
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In order to be in with a chance of winning, all you have to do is answer the following question in the comments below or in the comments of this post on Facebook: What is the name of BullGuard’s IoT vulnerability scanner?

  • IoT Scanner
  • IoT Checker
  • IoT Finder

The competition closes at midday on Wednesday November 30th and is open to UK based retailers. 

PCR's Sector Spotlight on Security - in association with BullGuard - is running throughout November 2016 - click here for more articles

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