About Morgan Grevey

As Marketing Manager at Experian Partner Solutions, Morgan has her finger on the pulse of happenings at the company and in the cyber security and identity protection industries. Morgan writes about general industry news, industry events and company updates.

National Internet Safety Month: Staying Safe While Traveling

By | June 23rd, 2016|Online Safety|

June is National Internet Safety Month, which began in 2005 in order to raise awareness around the need for online safety, especially among children and teens. In honor of Internet Safety Month, this week we’re taking a look at keeping your information secure while traveling. But before you pack your bags, it’s important to understand [...]

National Internet Safety Month: Creating a Conversation at Home

By | June 17th, 2016|Industry News, Online Safety|

June is National Internet Safety Month, which began in 2005 in order to raise awareness around the need for online safety, especially among children and teens. In honor of Internet Safety Month, this week we’re diving into how to start a conversation with your family around Internet security. Late last year, it was reported that [...]

Memorial Day Bargain or Scam? Tips for Secure Online Shopping

By | May 27th, 2016|Identity Protection, Malware and Scams|

National holidays are a time to get together with family, enjoy some time off, and relax. Unfortunately, they’re also a gold mine for cyber criminals. With Memorial Day almost upon us, retailers are promoting their special offers for the holiday weekend. To keep your online shopping deals from turning into a hacker’s opportunity to steal, [...]

Social Media Dos and Don’ts

By | May 19th, 2016|Online Safety|

Most of us use multiple social media platforms every day to connect with our friends, family and coworkers. While these platforms allow us to feel closer to our followers near and far, it is not without risk. Malicious online criminals may target social media profiles to make use of our life’s most private details. Check-ins [...]

Survey: How Prepared are Small Business Owners for Cyber Attacks?

By | May 5th, 2016|Business Security, Research and Reports|

We recently partnered with Research Now to conduct a survey of 150 small business owners throughout the United States to get a sense of how this population is approaching risk mitigation and response. The key takeaway? Small businesses are more at risk than they think, and are not taking proactive steps or allocating budget to [...]

What Does Spotify’s Latest Security Incident Mean for the State of Online Security?

By | May 3rd, 2016|Online Safety|

Spotify is used by millions of people across the globe. If you’re one of them, you may want to change your password—TechCrunch first reported Tuesday that the streaming music service suffered a security breach, its second security incident in less than six months. A list containing hundreds of Spotify account credentials, including emails, usernames, passwords [...]

Firewall Chats, S. 2, Ep. 6: Medical Identity Theft

By | April 26th, 2016|Firewall Chats|

Not all identity theft cases involve credit cards and Social Security numbers. Medical identity theft is a grave issue, which can affect the health records and treatment of victims. According to the Medical Identity Fraud Alliance, in 2014, two million victims were impacted by medical identity theft. The effects are costly. The Fifth Annual Study [...]

March Madness Madder Than Ever

By | April 14th, 2016|Industry News|

It’s no wonder they call it March Madness, this year’s NCAA tournament was particularly exciting between the upsets in the first two rounds and a National Championship that ended on a buzzer beater. If you followed along on the CBS Sports app, you’ll want to take note of the below. According to mobile data management [...]

Firewall Chats, S. 2, Ep. 5: Creating a Culture of Cybersecurity at Work

By | April 12th, 2016|Firewall Chats|

This April, the National Cyber Security Alliance is encouraging consumers and business owners to make time for digital spring cleaning. Each week is dedicated to highlighting tips to help secure our most sensitive data. It’s important to make cybersecurity a priority in your personal life, as well as work. Small businesses are frequently targeted by [...]

Firewall Chats, S. 2, Ep. 4: Death, Fraud and Taxes

By | March 29th, 2016|Firewall Chats|

Few things are guaranteed in this life—but death and taxes are two you can expect to face. However, most Americans are not braced to handle tax-refund fraud. This popular form of identity theft occurs when a thief or cyber criminal files a fraudulent tax return and claims the refund before the victim is aware. The [...]

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