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BullGuard’s Paul Lipman on the benefits of its new Small Office Security to end users and resellers

Last month, BullGuard released its new Small Office Security cloud-managed endpoint security service, designed specifically for small businesses that “need advanced, yet easy-to-manage, cybersecurity protection they can trust”. PCR caught up with Paul Lipman, the company’s CEO, to find out more about the new offering’s benefits both end users and …

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BullGuard launches Small Office Security

BullGuard has released its new BullGuard Small Office Security cloud-managed endpoint security service, designed specifically for small businesses that “need advanced, yet easy-to-manage, cybersecurity protection they can trust”. BullGuard’s new offering provides customers with robust endpoint protection, administered through a cloud-based portal which promises simple yet comprehensive remote management, hassle-free …

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BullGuard unveils 2020 suite of anti-malware solutions

BullGuard has announced its new 2020 suite of anti-malware solutions, featuring its new Secure Browser and advanced Machine Learning capabilities. The BullGuard 2020 product suite now enables direct integration with BullGuard VPN to ensure users’ total privacy when connecting to unsecured Wi-Fi. Also new in 2020, BullGuard Identity Protection have …

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Partner Content: BullGuard on improving gaming security and performance

Over the last 17 months cyber-criminals have carried out 12 billion credential-stuffing attacks against gaming websites. Here, BullGuard outlines why products like its Internet Security offering are a must-have for today’s gamers. What’s a poor gamer to do? They kick back in their chair, run their fingers over the keyboard …

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Is the password dead?

Fernando Corbato was the first person to use passwords to protect user accounts. He joined MIT in 1950 to study for a doctorate in physics, but realised during those years his passion for the machines that physicists used to do their calculations. Computers during the 50s could only handle one …

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BullGuard advises on Wi-Fi safety as research finds Brits take risks when connecting to hotspots

79% of public Wi-Fi users take significant risks when choosing hotspots, according to new research from BullGuard. Instead of taking the time to check that a hotspot is legitimate, users are selecting hotspots based on Wi-fi- strength, a name that seems appropriate, or just picking any free option, revealed the …

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BullGuard joins forces with ASUS ROG to protect gamers

BullGuard has joined forces with ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) to offer gamers “lightning fast, secure gaming”. Understanding the importance of remaining protected from malware while gaming, ROG has teamed up with BullGuard to offer all ROG motherboard customers a free, one year subscription to BullGuard Internet Security, which features …

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World Password Day 2019: Advice and analysis from the experts

We’ve arrived at another World Password Day – a helpful prod for us all to make sure we’re keeping our personal and work accounts as secure as can be. But as more advanced technology comes into the security arena, the days of the humble password may be numbers, regardless of …

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BullGuard VPN launches for Windows, Mac, Android and iOS

BullGuard has announced the expansion of its cybersecurity product line with the launch of BullGuard VPN. Designed to be easily used across multiple devices, BullGuard VPN features a simplified user interface and quick connect functionality, enabling consumers to fly under the radar and surf the internet in stealth mode while …

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