While market trading may slow down during March Madness, hackers are ramping up to get you in their own brackets.
Basketball fans need to be extra careful when scouring the web for live footage of games and teams' scores while the tournament is going on, the security firm Kaspersky Labs warns. The uptick in online activity lends itself to a perfect opportunity for a hacker to lure an unsuspecting fan into a dangerous situation, according to the security firm's researchers.
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Kaspersky Labs offer some tips to keep your personal information and bracket safe during the tournament, which ends April 8.