YDF FOR INDIVIDUALS

Secure what matters. Share with confidence

  • A cost effective way to securely store information that matters to you.
  • Securely store sensitive and personalised information.
  • Securely share information with third parties like doctors, schools, teachers, specialists, travel agents, solicitors, banks.
  • Share only to authorised persons ie people you trust and know
  • Provide a way to securely back up information that will not be compromised.
 

No matter the role you might play

We all play various roles in our lives. We are never just defined by one role. In each role we have things that matter most to us. Let us show you some of the ways you can protect you and your family and your business.

What matters to you?

Some items mean more than most. Some pose more risk than others. Some may just have sentimental value to you and no one else.

Securely store information that mattters

Securely storing your data and sharing it on a secure platform like YDF will keep you and your family safe. Create files that make it easy for you to access and in some cases share with family, colleagues or third parties.

Share with confidence

With YDF, you can ensure that your documents are encrypted and only being sent to those you wish to send it.

I need to be able to keep records of my work. Protect it for me and my clients. I may want to protect my copyright or intellectual property.

I need to have everything in one place. Easy to find, easy to access in a hurry

My photos are most important to me.
If the house was burning I would want to grab my photos.

I want to be able to save my photos and send them to friends as I travel. I need to have medical records and my ID backed up in case I get into any trouble

Why it’s important to share information only using YDF

Protecting yourself online is about more than avoiding financial losses. Imagine if all your family photos were suddenly taken from your computer? Or your personal email contact list was stolen and used to scam your friends and family? The same measures you can use to protect your information from criminals can also save your valued files from accidents, failure and loss.

Why this matters to you?

For most of us, the internet opens up new opportunities. We can shop, bank, research, work and connect when and where we want to. But the online world can also give criminals opportunities to steal money, information or identities.

When you share things online you may be sharing with people you do not know or trust. Once a message, photo or video has been shared, you also won’t be able to control where it goes.

Financial losses, scams, identity theft and fraud are some of the more serious issues that you might face if you don’t have things in place to manage how you share your personal information online.

In 2017, Australian, internet users lost $340million in 2017 to scammers. Investment scams topped the losses at $64 million, an increase of more than 8 per cent. Dating and romance scams caused the second greatest losses at $42 million.
*According to the ACCC’s ninth annual Targeting scams report.

Canadians lost over $95 million dollars because of scams and only 5 per of victims reported the crime.

In the United States, there were 16.7 million victims of identity fraud, with losses of over  $16.8 billion as 30 percent of U.S. consumers were notified of a data breach throughout the year.

*2018 Identity Fraud: Fraud Enters a New Era of Complexity from Javelin Strategy & Research

In Singapore – S99million lost in scams in 2017. Email impersonation scams raked in the highest amount, with victims losing at least S$43 million – the most in the last three years and a 70 per cent spike from 2016. The largest amount swindled in a single case last year was S$5.7 million.

In the UK,  2 million online fraud incidents were reported in 2017, and only 20% were actually reported. In the first half of 2018, over $500million was stolen in banking frauds alone.

Ref: https://www.theguardian.com/money/scamsandfraud

What type of information is valuable?

Who wants our information?

  • Identity theft and fraud examples
  • Online scams examples
  • Attacks on your computer systems or websites examples

What do you need to do?

  • Identity theft and fraud examples
  • Online scams examples
  • Attacks on your computer systems or websites examples