‘Ethical Hacker’ Jason Glassberg says to watch out for these types of scams…

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FILE – This Aug. 1, 2017, file photo, shows a call log displayed via an AT&T app on a cellphone in Orlando, Fla. Industry experts say robocalls are down — scam calls as well as nagging from your credit-card company to pay your bill. The coronavirus pandemic has inflicted millions of job losses, and scammers have not been immune. YouMail, which offers a robocall-blocking service, says 2.9 billion robocalls were placed in April 2020 in the U.S., down from 4.1 billion in March and 4.8 billion in February. (AP Photo/John Raoux, File)

Jason Glassberg is an “ethical hacker” and co-founder of Casaba Security, a cybersecurity and ethical hacking firm that advises cryptocurrency businesses, traditional financial institutions, technology companies and Fortune 500s‭. He joins Rollye James to talk about why there is a surge in internet fraud and phishing scams during the coronavirus pandemic. He also gives insight on how to fight back against robocalls and recognizing and avoiding fraud.

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