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Product design

Product design 

Identity protection

Identity protection

In an era when we've grown accustomed to exchanging our personal data for online services, I crafted a tool to help people reclaim control of their stolen data.

In an era when we've grown accustomed to exchanging our personal data for online services, I crafted a tool to help people reclaim control of their stolen data.

PROBLEM

In 2019 alone, hackers exposed over 160 million sensitive records — like passwords, medical records, financial info, and more — across nearly 1,500 data breaches in the US.

Unsurprisingly, Americans worry about identity theft and financial data theft the most among other crimes in 2019. Yet, a majority of the US has never checked if they’ve been affected by a data breach, and even fever know how to respond to one.

In 2019 alone, hackers exposed over 160 million sensitive records — like passwords, medical records, financial info, and more — across nearly 1,500 data breaches in the US.

Unsurprisingly, Americans worry about identity theft and financial data theft the most among other crimes in 2019. Yet, a majority of the US has never checked if they’ve been affected by a data breach, and even fever know how to respond to one.

Wouldn’t it be better if people had a simple, secure way to find and respond to breaches of their data?

SOLUTION

From concept to implementation, I designed a supportive, simple, and customer-obsessed Identity Protection service that helps people search for their personal data within a database of stolen accounts and–importantly–update their stolen passwords.

From concept to implementation, I designed a supportive, simple, and customer-obsessed Identity Protection service that helps people search for their personal data within a database of stolen accounts and–importantly–update their stolen passwords.

OUTCOME

Pre-release testing yielded positive results. 72% of users felt confident after responding to a password breach, and 80% of users reported the password change task as easy or very easy.

Pre-release testing yielded positive results. 72% of users felt confident after responding to a password breach, and 80% of users reported the password change task as easy or very easy.

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© Edward Salonga

© Edward Salonga