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Trustworthy Secures $15M Series A Led by Valor Siren Ventures
Funding will enable Trustworthy - The Family Operating System® to bring family information management to every family in North America.
Trustworthy - The Family Operating System® - Enables Financial Institutions on Q2’s Digital Banking Platform to Offer Secure Online Family Information Management
“Through this partnership, banking customers can utilize the Trustworthy Family Operating System® to quickly curate their important information, collaborate with loved ones and trusted professionals in their trust graph, and benefit from automatically optimized information over time."
A new level of trust. Trustworthy, now with SOC2 & HIPAA compliance.
From the moment we started our company, we knew that security and privacy would be foundational to the Trustworthy service.
New Year Fresh Start. The '12 Days of Trustworthy' starts January 1st
Get a fresh start on the new year with the 12 Days of Trustworthy. Day 1 of the 14-day free trial restarts on January 1st and you'll have help along the way to get the most out of your free trail this year. Join our Trustworthy experts in a free webinar, book a free 1:1 coaching session, and follow the task-per-day checklist of important to-do items.
How to keep your COVID-19 vaccine card safe
As the novel coronavirus continues to disrupt our daily lives, a COVID vaccine card represents an end to the worldwide pandemic, or at least a way that you can get out of the house and do more in public
10 ways to win at Trustworthy and organize your life
Just getting started with Trustworthy? Using the Family Operating System® is a secure and easy way to organize and share important information with your trusted inner circle.
Product feature: Enhanced collaboration powers working together better.
With Enhanced Collaboration you can invite family members and advisors to work together and have more control than ever over how you collaborate.
Estate planning 101: An introductory guide
Estate planning may be one of the most important things you can do for yourself and your family — and also one of the easiest things to keep putting off. In fact, a study by AARP found that nearly 60% of American adults don’t have a will or living trust.
Trustworthy versus Cake: A breakdown
Taking care of your family takes time and dedication — both in small, everyday actions, and bigger, planning-for-the-future actions.
Trustworthy versus OneDrive: A Comparison
It’s no small task to get your family organized and prepared. Between IDs, medical cards, emergency preparation, and password management, staying on top of everything can feel like a tall order.
Trustworthy Vs Dropbox: What You Should Know
Between wills, trusts, emergency planning instructions, family IDs, and other family documents, having vital information in the right place can give your family security and convenience.
Trustworthy Vs Everplans: What You Should Know
Managing all your family's information is a huge task. That's why companies like Trustworthy and Everplans have created online platforms that make the process more seamless.
Trustworthy Versus Google Drive: A Comparison
Getting your family on the same page is no easy task. Between IDs, medical cards, emergency preparation, and password management, staying organized feels increasingly overwhelming.
Product feature: Invite anyone as a Trustworthy collaborator
Now you can collaborate with anyone — not just your household or family members.
New Category: Keep your family ready for any emergency
With Trustworthy’s latest release, your family can now prepare for life’s moments, big and small — with the brand new Emergency Planning category.
Trustworthy and Juno partner to provide better family resources
This year, Trustworthy has proudly partnered with Juno, a modern healthcare company designed for families.
iOS Update: Get Trustworthy in your pocket
Over the last few months, we’ve worked on a big upgrade to the current Trustworthy iOS app. Our team calls it “Trustworthy in Your Pocket”.
Product feature: Custom reminders
With Trustworthy’s latest release, your family can now set customized reminders for everything in your Family Operating System™.
Product feature: Dismiss your to-dos and make (more) progress
With Trustworthy’s latest release, your family is one step closer to a complete view of your most important information. Trustworthy now allows the dismissal of to-dos that might not be needed from both the dashboard and the to-do list (lightning bolt).
New Category: Taxes
With Trustworthy’s latest release, your family can keep track of current and past year’s tax returns. The Taxes category allows organization of your digital tax returns and all associated digital documentation - W2s, receipts, 1099s, and more.
New Category: Passwords
With Trustworthy’s latest release, your family can store passwords and codes for everything from password managers to garage doors. The Passwords category allows quick access to your family’s important information — whether it’s information your family accesses daily like the wifi password or in an emergency like the code to your safe.
Product feature: Keep track of your family's progress
Trustworthy has also made it easier for you to understand how much progress you’ve made organizing your family’s information. Now, each time you view the dashboard, Trustworthy will recalculate (and celebrate) the progress you’ve made.
Product feature: Automatically import your financial account information with Plaid
With the latest release, it’s quicker than ever to enter your financial account information into Trustworthy - with Plaid. Plaid is an industry-leading financial API that acts as a secure intermediary between Trustworthy and your bank.
What is a Family Operating System®?
Learn how a family operating system can help you with secure information organization and give you greater peace of mind.
Why First Responders Are Choosing Trustworthy
Every first responder should be able to give easy access to vital family information. Trustworthy can make preparing for life’s unknowns much easier.
How is Trustworthy Different from Google Drive, Dropbox or Microsoft OneDrive?
A common question from first-time Trustworthy families is, “Why can’t I just use Google Drive, Dropbox or Microsoft OneDrive documents to store my important information?”.
We are Trustworthy.
As technologists and entrepreneurs, it’s in our nature to look at our lives and wonder, is this “something” as good as it gets? Could this something be better?