- 1 We're changing the game
- 2 Digital estate planning for everyone
- 3 Be prepared for the unexpected, plan for your digital death and digital estate
- 4 Plan for your digital death, and protect you and those you love!
- 5 Be prepared
- 6 How at risk is your digital estate?
We're changing the game
Final Security is making digital estate planning free and available to everyone. With our basic plan, you will be able to utilize our Info Vault to store your most important documents, photos and files ensuring your loved ones will get the information you intend them to without the expense and stress of lawyers and probate.
Digital estate planning for everyone
We made some changes! With our new pricing structure, we have an option to fit everyone's needs and budget.
Our basic plan is now free. You receive an Info Vault with enough space to ensure your important assets are accounted for.
Those that require more, our plus plan has you covered for $1.99 a month. The Plus plan provides 10GB of Info Vault space in addition to 4 managed deletions of social & cloud accounts. Another optional feature of the Plus plan is device wiping. You can add our device wiping service for only $1 per month, per device.
Be prepared for the unexpected, plan for your digital death and digital estate
Plan for your digital death, and protect you and those you love!
As technology has become a main component to most aspects of our lives, we are constantly building a digital footprint. Take a moment to think about all the different aspects of your daily digital life:
- Online accounts and passwords
- Shopping (credit cards)
- Your different devices
Those are just some examples of what could be an endless list. In our current society, we need to consider what happens to our digital lives when we pass (our digital death). Digital Estate Planning is now becoming a requirement during your estate planning process.
What is digital death?
Digital Death is the process of planning and taking action to control what happens to your digital information, as well as controlling who will receive the information, documents, photos and account passwords when you pass.
What is your digital estate?
Estate planning is the process of anticipating and arranging, during a person's life, for the management and disposal of that person's estate during the person's life and at and after death, while minimizing gift, estate, generation skipping transfer, and income tax (Wikipedia, 2010). Digital Estate Planning is an expansion of this common process. Estate planning can make things easier for your loved ones after you pass. You can think out how you'd like each part of your life settled - accounts and debts, property, funeral arrangements, etc. Your digital property is no different.
Take control, and make sure you are ready for your last and biggest unexpected event. Your action today will ensure your protection and peace of mind by making sure your loved ones get the documents, photos, and files you intended for them in an organized manner, all while protecting them from cyber crime, and protecting your legacy.
So, If you died today, would you and your family be protected?
Did you know that In 48 hours, your unaccounted for digital footprint can cause your loved ones tremendous burden, stress and expense, all while leaving your entire life and legacy forever tarnished. "I am dead, why should I care, what is the worst that can happen?":
- Hacked: Within 24 hours of death, your device(s) can be hacked leading to identity theft, your bank and financial accounts being drained and stolen credit card numbers.
- Assets: Organize your files, photos and passwords now, or your loved ones may not find them, causing your digital and offline life to be frozen for 18 months or more in probate, adding more stress and expense during this hard time.
- Legacy: Protecting your legacy can be difficult. You could have items that you do not even realize on your devices, and without context, could forever change how your loved ones, colleagues and those important to you will remember you.
- Work files: You have a responsibility to make sure your sensitive work files are securely transferred and cleaned.
According to AARP, it can take six months for financial institutions, credit-reporting bureaus and the Social Security Administration to receive, share or register death records. When you consider that timeframe and that cybercrime is now more profitable than the global illegal drug trade, your digital estate is the perfect target for criminals. We must now consider, protect and organize our digital lives in preparation of our digital death.
Final Security is a digital estate planning company that protects your digital estate through our three main services:
- Info Vault: Users can collect files, photos, account information and passwords in our encrypted Info Vault to be transferred to their designated beneficiary upon death.
- Device Cleaning: Registered devices will be wiped clean, ensuring the user passes on only the information they want to share.
- Social Media & Cloud Cleaning: Users can arrange to have their social media and cloud accounts deleted, protecting their loved ones and securing their digital legacy.
How at risk is your digital estate?
Use our Digital Estate Risk Assessment Calculator to understand your risks and how to properly handle them. You will get your free personalized digital estate planning report in just a few minutes.
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