This app could help users have a clearer idea of their digital identity.
It is an understatement to say that the digital world has grown rapidly in the last few years. Finding someone who doesn’t have some sort of digital identity, whether through email, social media, or online accounts, is a rarity. With so much personal data being entered into the online world, it can be hard to keep track of where your data is, and who has access to it. This is where London startup Nettoken comes in.
Nettoken provides a clear visual display of all a user’s various digital accounts. This makes it simple to identify which companies have access to which parts of user data. Such access to information on personal data allows users to have a better sense of their own digital identity.
Not only can this help protect personal data online, but Nettoken’s services can also help you store passwords securely. In combining increased knowledge of how and where consumer data is available online with increased digital security, this control panel puts the user back in control of their own personal information.
Nettoken is currently available in beta form on the Apple App Store and Google Play. Nettoken is one of the 200 startups presenting their technology at TechDay London on 26 October 2018.
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