Who controls your data?

Who controls your data?

Who controls your data?

Not a day goes by where there isn’t a data breach or a massive ransomware attack. We are constantly reminded to change our passwords and to regularly check in on our online accounts to ensure that our information is consistent to where we left off. One way to solve this issue is to completely stay offline, but in today’s world this is not an option especially if we want to continue conducting business in an efficient manner. Another way is to connect in a decentralized way and to use decentralized platforms.

With the Fewer Cards Personal Contact Card we are helping people begin their journey to interact in a decentralized way where the cardholder themselves controls their data. The Fewer Cards Personal Contact Card operates peer-to-peer. There is no intermediary that can intercept the exchange of the connection when the card is tapped or scan because all the data is stored in the card itself. The data during the contact information exchange is not hosted on a server. In fact because the data is hosted on the card itself much like a personal hard drive there is no need to be connected to the internet to exchange contact information. The Fewer Cards Personal Contact Card is great in dead zones or in areas where internet connection is not possible.

Since the Fewer Cards Personal Contact Card does not need to connect to the internet there is no need to be concerned about an online data breach occurring that can intercept your connections. Take back control of your personal contact information with the Fewer Cards Personal Contact Card.