Digital assets may mean all those tangible and intangible assets the value of which may not necessarily be accounted for money. Having said that, we mean, digital assets fairly include stuff that does not carry any tangible value other than the sentiments and awareness. For instance, the portfolio of your digital assets may include the family medical history, details about the trusts and estate planning, family photographs and audio/video clips, legal documents, and financial documents to name a few. Therefore, the scope of work here is huge. Continue reading “How To Safeguard Your Valued Digital Assets”
Winds of change have come forward with the internet revolution across the globe. As a matter of fact, channels of connectivity have taken a refuge to the virtual space. So has been the need for every documentation be it the federal government or the private. Having said that, we mean, the need for cyber security has come a long way bespoke to the needs of the people and the industries alike. For instance, look at the banking sector or the tax return submission with the federal government, everywhere digitization has taken a solid footprint. The recent ransomware attack in the major parts of the world and the damages therein are a glaring example here. Continue reading “LegacyArmour Attended Channelnomics Conference Security, Chicago”
Your Living Trust in a Digital Vault
A living trust, also known as a revocable trust, is a type of trust in which an individual places assets during his lifetime, which then transfers to any number of designated beneficiaries after the individual’s death.