Cyber security breaches in companies which manage your financial assets are not rare these days. Such a breach can put your financial and digital assets at a great risk.
A new report by Check Point Research (CPR) warns that using AI technologies such as ChatGPT can significantly increase the number of cyber attacks in 2023.
In 2022, the shift to work-from-home environments due to COVID-19 led to a 38% increase in cyber-attacks globally, with even higher increases seen in the USA (57%) and the UK (77%).
Also often the affected companies announce such cyber breaches and inform their affected users with significant delay. Just remember the case of Uber, which concealed for more than a year a hacker attack which stole personal data of 57 million of its customers!
Cyber breaches can put your digital and financial assets at a massive risk.
To protect you and your assets from such an unfortunate event, DGLegacy® as the global #1 digital inheritance and asset protection service, has released a Cyber Breach Monitoring feature to mitigate this new threat.
DGLegacy continuously monitors 700+ of the top global financial companies holding digital and financial assets and immediately notifies owners if a cyber breach is detected.
DGLegacy® continuously monitors 700+ of the top global financial companies holding digital and financial assets and immediately notifies owners if a cyber breach is detected.
When you catalog your assets at DGLegacy®, you can indicate the company which stores or manages them.
If it is on the list of monitored companies and DGLegacy® detects a cyber security breach in it, we will proactively notify you via email.
Through the DGLegacy® Cyber breach monitoring, you will be proactively notified in the case of a cyber breach in a company which stores or manages your digital and financial assets.
The DGLegacy® Cyber breach monitoring is part of our Platinum tier, so all Platinum members are benefiting from it automatically!
Log in to your account now to set up Cyber breach monitoring for your assets.