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BeSecureOnline - Internet Safety and Cyber Security

BeSecureOnline provides a number of services and products designed to make the internet safer and more secure for families and businesses.

Based in Ireland and the United Kingdom, we provide access to iKydz, F Secure SAFE, FREEDOME VPN, AVG and BitDefender products.

Primary school children and teens are especially vulnerable to cyberbullying, exploitation and abuse via social media apps. BeSecureOnline recommend several Internet security software applications and products designed to protect your children.

Additionally, we provide Internet Safety Talks for Kids and Teens, Businesses and Senior Citizens as well as extensive media speaking engagements.

Contact us for more information about our cyber security products and services.

 

[Title]Free Antivirus Software - An Affordable Friend or A Costly Foe?

A lot of people try going without an antivirus or they use a free antivirus such AVG Free. However there are several serious factors you need to consider before siding with free antivirus software or none at all.

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Posted by Graham Mulhern on Friday, October 12, 2018 Views: 88


 

[Title]Internet Safety - Building The Right Online Reputation

It’s all about building a real digital presence, an online reputation that embraces the best practices of internet safety - building an online presence that lets you take advantage of the internet and not let the internet take advantage of you.

It’s just like life, it requires discipline to build it properly and yet you can still have the best fun.

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Posted by Graham Mulhern on Monday, October 1, 2018 Views: 226


 

[Title]What is ransomware & Why you need to pay for Antivirus Software

Everyday thousands of people find their computer locked down by ransomware – usually with the message “Your files are encrypted, to decrypt your computer you have to pay £500 GBP”.

You are then given only a few days to pay, after which the price goes up to £1,000.

After a week of no payment, you are warned that the decryption key will be irretrievably destroyed with no further chance of recovering your files ever again.

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Posted by Graham Mulhern on Saturday, September 22, 2018 Views: 159