What is a digital identity?
Your digital identity is various pieces of information about you but in digital form—that, when put together, point to you. Such pieces of information are often called “data attributes.” They can be something obvious, such as a user name or Social Security number, or something less apparent, such as your online comments or search activities.
You might regularly share some of your data attributes to make an online purchase or access your bank account, for instance. But if you share certain types of your personal data—such as your full name, date of birth, and Social Security number—and they’re somehow exposed, you’re in danger of an identity stealer using them to fake to be you.
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Importance of digital identity
“In this high-tech world, it can be a challenge to limit not only what we share, but also how we share it. And even if you take every possible precaution, a data breach at a company with whom you do business could possibly result in identity theft. Still, it’s worth attempting to remain on top of however you handle your personal info.”
A digital identity depends on one or more digital identifiers, like an email address, URL or domain name. Because identity stealer is out of control on the Web, it clarifies and measures all the critical ensuring Web and networks security in the public and private sectors.