Arrange all the details in time with SecureSafe
Have you thought about what happens to your online accounts and digital documents after death? Make sure ahead of time that your relatives have access to usernames and passwords in the event of an emergency. Digitize important deeds, documents and contracts and make them accessible to selected survivors in a central, secure location.
Organizational hurdles for survivors in the digital age
If a death occurs in a close circle of family and friends, the surviving dependents must not only deal with a great loss, but also address a large number of organizational issues. This also applies if a person loses their capacity to act for other reasons.
Challenges for survivors include:
- informing authorities, insurance companies, pension providers and the employer
- the tedious collection of important documents during the mourning period
- the cancellation of contracts and
- dissolving the digital identity of the person concerned. Internet users have an average of 90 online accounts on various platforms and websites.
Settle data inheritance efficiently with SecureSafe
SecureSafe is a multi-award winning and secure cloud storage service provider with integrated password manager that allows you to keep all important documents and passwords in one centralized, digital location. With SecureSafe's data inheritance, you make it easier for survivors to access important user accounts and files during difficult times.
Setting up a data inheritance in six simple steps
The data inheritance function helps surviving dependents manage the important documents and login data of a deceased person. This feature is turned off by default in SecureSafe and must be set up by the SecureSafe user in the Web App. To secure important documents, log in to the SecureSafe Web App. Click on "Inheritance" in the bottom left menu first, then go to the settings icon next to "Data inheritance inactive". Follow the instructions to set up the data inheritance.