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Your threat landscape
You are vulnerable and you will be targeted
What's at risk:
  • Family privacy
  • Physical safety
  • Identity theft
  • Extortion
  • Reputational damage
  • Financial loss
  • Personal data
Family privacy
The rise of digital surveillance is one of the top 3 emerging cyber security threats
Having a fully-rounded picture of your life improves the success rate of sophisticated cyber attacks
95% of executive profiles found on the dark web contained personal and confidential information about family members and neighbours
Physical safety
Your digital footprint divulges a wealth of information and increases your physical exposure
An attacker can know when you’re home…
and when you’re not
57% of people have over 12 data entry points exposed online.
16% have over 50 instances of personal info up for grabs in the digital world. This includes home addresses, schools and workplaces.
Identity theft
91% of identity fraud cases took place online (2021)
Phishing is the most common method deployed to commit identity fraud, with your data often sold-on, on the dark web
67% of all identity theft fraud victims experience a total digital takeover
John Buzzard, Lead analyst of fraud and security, Javelin Strategy and Research
Cyber criminals expect a higher pay-off when targeting high-net-worth individuals, and therefore invest greater resources in attacks
We are seeing the use of increasingly sophisticated techniques and tools comparable to those used by intelligence agencies and in corporate espionage. The personal information gained is then used to mount further attacks against the victim, close friends and family, and members of their financial team. Mohammed Marikar, Director of Intelligence & Automation, RBC
Reputational damage
Damage to your reputation can have a catastrophic and irreversible impact on your professional and personal life - and the lives and livelihoods of your family, friends and colleagues
Why HNWIs are targeted:
  • Less likely to report the incident
  • Higher payout potential
  • Urgency of protecting their reputation
  • Impact on their business
Financial loss
71% of cyber attacks are financially motivated.
Having a broad network of people who aid in managing your wealth can also be a blessing for hackers
The more people involved managing various aspects of your financial life, gives hackers more wiggle room to build convincing attacks
Daily financial losses to extortion cases have increased by almost 400% from 2015 ($40.5K per day) to 2022 ($148.9K per day).
It's personal
Your personal information is highly prized.

Attackers obtain a deep level of personal data in order to form a targeted attack
These attacks won’t always be in sequence, they could happen concurrently and from different sources
Personal data is involved in almost 60% of all data breaches