Hackers, Phishing And Scams Prepped for the Super Bowl

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By Ellen Chang Phishing attempts rise as the countdown for the Super Bowl begins. As sports betting ramps up and fans are eager for any ticket or merchandise deals, the number of phishing attempts rise as hackers target large sporting events like the Super Bowl to make a big score. Consumers and companies should be prepared for a wide range of scams to occur around the Super Bowl since this is one of the big annual events cybercriminals target, Chris Pierson, CEO of BlackCloak, an Orlando, Fla.-based digital executive protection company that consults for Fortune 500s, told TheStreet. A multitu…

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