Stand a chance to win with Kaspersky this Youth Day!
The internet is a pretty fascinating place right. I mean I discovered Slender Man the other day which was a bit of a WTF moment. But there’s also rad stuff I’ve stumbled upon along the way. However, an awesome YouTube video or blog is one thing, Slender Man? Not so fun. And that’s the thing about the internet – it’s not all sprinkles, rainbows and cute puppy memes. The internet has some weird stuff going down. Nigerian princes offer me bucket loads of cash daily and I’m pretty sure, based on how many pop up, they’re getting someone to pay somewhere.
We live in a time where we’re digitally hooked. When ever someone whispers free Wi-Fi, we’re all jumping on it, logging into social media or updating apps as fast as we can. Did you know that something as simple as logging in to the Wi-Fi can turn into a miserable experience if cyber predators find a way to claim your personal info?
That’s why, when Kaspersky asked me to do a giveaway I jumped at the chance. For the young savvy tech girl theirKaspersky Security Cloud product, worth R2 245.00 is a functional AND fun prize. Basically the Kaspersky Security Cloud helps you protect your personal data while you’re online. Everyone’s online behaviour is unique and that is why Kaspersky have invented and patented adaptive protection technology – adaptivity means that the service offers protection exactly when you need it, depending on your behaviour and the device you use.
Oh.. and the best part is I have 2 products to give away!
All you need to do is register via Gleam and then comment on the blog post with your answers. Easy! I’ll draw the winners next week Wednesday (19 June 2019). If you need some help finding the answers take a quick look at this website for help (no phishing I promise. Haha. It’s Kaspersky’s site!).
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