Digital Estate Risk Assessment Calculator

Digital estate planning, like traditional estate planning, is about making sure your loved ones are taken care of and protected. You have spent your life providing and protecting your loved ones, and now you must also account for your digital life.

As technology has become a main component to most areas of our lives, we are constantly building a digital footprint. Your digital footprint carries with it aspects that need to be accounted for so that your digital life is properly transferred and cleaned to protect you and those your love from issues such as identity theft during the 6 month window before the government fully recognizes your death.

This brief survey will help you understand your risks and how to properly handle them.

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(1/11)  Number of Devices

How many devices do you own? This includes desktop computers, laptops, phones, tablets, etc...


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(2/11) Transfer Digital Assets upon Death?

If you died today, would you have your digital life organized for your loved ones?

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(3/11) Number of Social Media Accounts

How many social media accounts do you have? This includes active and inactive/unused accounts.


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(4/11) Hacked or Stolen Credit Card(s)?

Have you ever had a credit card number stolen, your computer hacked/virus/malware or a social media account hacked?

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(5/11) Financial Information

Do you store financial documents on your device? Some examples include: tax records, brokerage login and documentation, online banking, cryptocurrency, credit card numbers, spreadsheets.

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(6/11) Work Related Documents and Assets

Do you have work items on your machine that could contain private or sensitive information? Some examples include: Student records, human subject research, client privileged information, research data, public budget data, employee data.

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(7/11) Private Personal Data?

Do you have items stored that you would not want others to see? Some examples include: private conversations, location data, private notes, adult content.

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(8/11) Passwords

Do you use the same password for multiple services or accounts?

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(9/11) Device Passwords

Do you use a password/pin to access your desktop, mobile and other devices?

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(10/11) Documents With Sensitive Information

Do you store documents on your machine that could lead to identity theft? Examples include: tax records, retirement information, real estate information, investment information, social security numbers, medical records, intellectual property.

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(11/11) Password Management

Do you store your passwords in documents or spreadsheets and NOT some type of encrypted password manager?

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Digital Estate Risk Assessment Calculator

Digital estate planning, like traditional estate planning, is about making sure your loved ones are taken care of and protected. You have spent your life providing and protecting your loved ones, and now you must also account for your digital life. As technology has become a main component to most areas of our lives, we are constantly building a digital footprint. Your digital footprint carries with it aspects that need to be accounted for so that your digital life is properly transfered and cleaned to protect you and those your love from issues such as post-life identity theft during the 6 month window before the government fully recognizes your death. This brief survey will help you understand your risks and how to properly handle them.

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