In this day and age, we’re all connected; even our parents. Though, it might have taken them awhile to adopt certain technologies. One of the things I think we can all relate on is the mystery revolving around our data. Where does it really go, is anyone else seeing it, and is the password protected WiFi really keeping criminals out?

Thankfully, there’s a tiny white box that will keep your entire home network safe, and your mind at ease. The Bitdefender BOX is a clever internet security solution that works with cloud, software and hardware designed to protect your entire home network.

Bitdefender Box

Have a device connected to the Internet other than your desktop or laptop? No problem! Bitdefender BOX protects all your devices, so you can feel safe the next time you startup your game console. And yes, that does include WiFi thermostats, security cameras, and other Internet of Things.

Bitdefender Box

How Does Bitdefender BOX Work?

Through traffic analysis, the BOX will collect the websites you’re browsing and immediately shoot it up to Bitdefender’s Cloud Service to check for dangerous destinations that may harm you. This process is done quite fast, and it checks for malware, phishing and fraudulent websites.

Learn more by watching Bitdefender BOX’s how it works video below:

Win a Bitdefender BOX

The fine folks at Bitdefender BOX were kind enough to provide us with BOXES to giveaway to our readers. Entries will be accepted up until August 19, 2016; And (5) winners will be chosen on August 20th, 2016. Here’s how to enter:

  1. Tweet using #ProtectedByBOX hashtag and follow @BitdefenderBOX Twitter account mentioning @BitdefenderBOX
  2. Follow @JoesDaily on Instagram

Please read the Terms and Conditions of the BOX giveaway.

If you’re interested in learning more about home security and how you can really take control of your online protection, visit Bitdefender BOX on their website, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Bitdefender. The opinions and text are all mine.