Did you know that the average person has over 100 passwords? Passwords have become a large part of our lives, serving an important role in keeping our accounts, data and other information safe. However, it is critically important to properly manage your passwords. It's easy to lose and forget passwords if you don't use a tool to help you manage them. The average person in the U.S. is locked out of 10 accounts per month, how many times have you recently reset a password?
Final Security is a simple and affordable way to protect your loved ones from burden, while ensuring your final wishes and assets are seamlessly transferred to beneficiaries.
If you've ever been locked out of an account, you know the hassle and frustration that can come from it. That frustration happens even while you have access to all the accounts and other information you'll need to regain access to desired resources. Now, imagine how your family will feel when you're gone- and they're without access to the accounts and information. In one of the hardest times in someone's life, they could be subject to a long call with customer support, or even probate; just because they didn't have access to a password!
Using a service like Final Security's Info Vault, you can manage your passwords in a central location for now, and ensure when the time comes, your family will have access to all the information they'll need.
You can learn more about why planning your digital legacy and estate is important here.
How much technology do you use on an average day? Do you use any of these:
Have you ever considered what will happen to your digital life once you're gone? For most, they have not, but after thinking about it, the importance becomes quite clear.
For only $4.99/month, Final Security helps you protect every aspect of your digital life. It's the password manager, crypto backup and secure file storage you need today, and the asset and legacy planning tool your family will be glad you have in the future. Registration takes less than 2 minutes.
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 need to protect and organize our digital lives in preparation of our digital death.
Your privacy, safety and security is our top priority and at the core of everything we do. Your data is encrypted and protected at every level. From typing on your computer, through the Internet and into our application and servers.
Learn more about how we secure your data.