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According to a research article published recently by PC Tools one in four Americans are tuned into college basketball. The findings of its March college basketball survey conducted by TNS Global a national independent omnibus poll of 1,000 U.S. adults revealed that approximately 25 percent of Americans are online to view team stats and games in order to make their educated bracket predictions.
PC Tools announced, “Our survey findings show that college basketball fans are online constantly during the championships. They need a good defence against cybercriminals lurking online with credit card scams, spreading malware through social networks, or installing bots to steal your personal data or identity”
The respondents reported they are also online while watching basketball on TV, with men watching up to three hours a day of sports games or highlights on their computers. It was noted that fans are increasingly watching games online, with over 41% saying it was more convenient than TV, which was followed by less advertising (24.5%), being at work (18.6%) and favouring the interactive capabilities of watching sports online (13.9%).
The basketball tournament spawns a variety of interesting vulnerabilities that online gamblers sometimes overlook during the March Madness. The internet today is fast and unpredictable and haste can cause errors in judgement. In this case have an adequate defence program installed can save a lot of time and sometimes trouble.
PC Tools provides methods to protect consumers while online during the March madness frenzy. Simple rules apply when surfing the net for better betting odds or online sports books such as applying a firewall appropriate for your computer software. PC Tools is dedicated to building and supplying consumers with simple, effective and affordable PC protection and performance tools. For over twelve years, the company has offered industry-leading and award-winning products to tackle the world’s evolving threats and security challenges.