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How to Protect Your Digital Assets

If you have a normal corporate job and don't own a website, you may be thinking you don't have to worry about protecting digital assets. Heck, you may even think you don't have any assets online!

The reality, however, is that you do have digital assets -- even if you don't know it.

Even something as simple as a username and password can open the door to a broad range of personal information that's valuable to you or your family.

And if that username and password get into the wrong hands, you may wind up in a situation that results in a huge financial loss or a mountain of hassle and stress.

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