Of late, you may have been searching for an answer to secure the legacy of your loved ones. In fact, you are not alone here searching for the answer to the menace of data theft online thereby swindling inheritance from your near and dear ones. According to an estimate, 45% of the US citizens are exposed to the vulnerability of data and identity thefts.
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I remember growing up as a child being very close to my grandmother. We used to visit her in old Jerusalem every summer and I would look forward to hearing her stories of bravery about our grandfather during world war I. I was particularly fond of hearing about their love story and how they enjoyed riding their horses every afternoon until sunset, stories of endurance and stories of survival throughout the conflicts in that part of the world.
Digital Assets – Part III
In the first two parts of this three-part series, we discussed what Digital Assets were, determined that they have value, and discussed what that value was and why we would care. We’ll wrap up this series by discussing what you can do to keep your assets safe and ensure that they are transferred to others if something happens to you.
Digital Assets – Part II
In the first part of this series, we discussed what Digital Assets were and determined that they have value. Now, how do we determine their value, and why do we care about what they are worth?
Digital Assets – Part I
Most people are familiar with their physical net worth. It is how much something physical (a house, car, savings account, etc.) is worth minus how much one may owe on it. But what about digital assets?
What is Zero Knowledge Encryption?
Everyone has heard of encryption in the news these days. And everyone has a basic idea of what it is, but the details of encryption and how it is implemented can make the difference between whether your data is truly secure or if you merely have the illusion of security. This is why at SecretValet we use something called “Zero Knowledge Encryption”, but I’m getting ahead of myself. Continue reading Zero Knowledge Encryption