Trust Stamp Is Seeking Investors for What May Be the Answer to Identity Theft
Almost four out of every five web users around the globe feel they’ve lost any control they once had over their personal data. And when you consider the current state of data breaches all over the world, it isn’t hard to understand why so many feel that way.
Last year alone, almost 4,000 unauthorized system incursions left over 37 billion records exposed. That’s a rise of more than 140 percent over 2019 and enough to compromise four or five data files about each and every person on the planet.
That’s concerning enough to think about when it’s just professional or medical files that are suddenly open to hackers. But the anxiety level truly spikes when financial records are breached, potentially putting a user’s entire future at risk.