Protecting Your Digital Legacy Seminar

We all have a digital life, some of us more than others. In the past, if a life event occurred we went down to the safety deposit box and retrieved our important documents, photos, and insurance policies, and now, more than 75% of us are online and so are many of those irreplaceable items formerly housed in our bank.

While the computer has made our lives much easier and everything is available with a click, there are some real issues for those who need to retrieve our digital (online) assets after we’re gone or incapacitated. These may not seem like they have much value, but the value is in the vital data they contain or the sentimental value of photos that are irreplaceable.

All of this is considered your digital estate or legacy, which if not protected, can be lost forever to your loved ones. Learning about the steps below will ensure that your digital estate is properly constructed.

This seminar is approximately 90 minutes long and can be held on-site or virtually.

Protecting Your Digital (online) Assets

Digital assets or property is any information about you or created by you in digital (electronic) form, including; passwords, email accounts, social media accounts, healthcare sites, medical and dental sites, investment sites, insurance sites, shopping accounts, photo sites, online storage accounts, etc.. All your digital property is considered your digital estate. Developing a Digital Asset Protection Plan is essential to protect and communicate your digital estate.