Security vendor BullGuard is giving away a free Sony Xperia Tablet Z and a three-user licence for BullGuard Mobile Security.
To enter the competition, answer the question at the bottom of this article about BullGuard Mobile Security, which protects against malware aimed at Android smartphones and tablets. You must be a retailer or reseller to enter.
The competition comes after BullGuard discovered that 70 per cent of children in the UK have mobile devices by the age of 10.
Its survey of 2,000 parents also revealed that 44 per cent cite stranger danger as the thing they most worry about when their kids are cruising the internet.
Almost 60 per cent of children between the age of seven and ten have Facebook accounts, despite the minimum age for Facebook users is 13.
Parents also said they find it difficult to safeguard youngsters against the “darker” side of the internet, with one in seven finding unsuitable content on their child’s smartphone or tablet.
BullGuard Mobile Security aims to protect against this, as well as loss and theft, with remote lock, wipe and locate features. Plus, it has a one-tap mobile data backup of up to 100GB, as well as parental controls.
Additionally, users can control devices remotely using the Mobile Security Manager, while Call Manager blocks unwanted calls, spam numbers and messages.
Alex Balan, Head of Product Management at BullGuard, said: “BullGuard Mobile Security provides users, including parents with young children, with all the protection they need. It’s easy to use, works quietly but effectively in the background and importantly has minimal impact on system resources and battery life.”
To enter the competition, email email@example.com with the correct answer to the following question (A, B or C), along with your name, company name, job title, email and contact telephone number:
At what age have most UK children received their first mobile device by?
A) 19 years old
B) 10 years old
C) 1 year old
Note: The competition is open to retailers and resellers only.