The terrain of the new digital world is treacherous. It’s the Mad Max screenplay written in html. We put ourselves out there. We simply do, we must. With every network we log into, and every online application we fill out, we are throwing our identities to the wolves.
This isn’t a scare tactic; it’s a truth. You want a Facebook account? First, you better give them some digits. This is the modern world and to partake in it we must, to some degree, relinquish some of our individualities.
There are multiple ways to try and protect one’s personal information from cyber attack. If you want identity armor, there is a plethora of digital blacksmiths to choose from. Or, you can set up shop in your own makeshift dark age. Clearly, the latter is an improbable option. As for protection, it’s good. But even the finest armor has a break.
Protection isn’t keeping knowledge captive; it’s about always knowing where it lies. Give it out. Never lose control. This is where Sedicii comes in. Sedicii wants to empower the consumer, by acting on behalf of them. Not by just hiding all your information, but by allowing you to keep control of it.
Founder and CEO, Rob Leslie, streamlined Sedicii’s ID authentication system, which runs off a massive index, allowing you to track all portals that hold any your personal information on them. No matter how much, or how little, how significant, or how minimal, Sedicii helps you keep your eyes in all the right spots.
With the instating of the 1998 Data Protection Act in the UK, which defines UK law on the processing of data on identifiable living people, more countries are set to soon follow suit. Sedicii has thus positioned itself to be the premier player in this vital market.
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