Protecting yourself and your gadgetry when you're alive is all well and good. But with the afterlife going digital, your funeral won't mean you're safe from hacking.
Smart gravestones, like the much-discussed but perhaps fictional eTomb that design sites were jawing about last year, or the very real QR code varieties currently being deployed, seem just as vulnerable to hacking as any garden-variety website. With the QR code version, scanning the code on the gravestone sends you to a site covered with memorials to the deceased. But who's to say the deceased didn't have some enemies with digital smarts, or that some young hacker will have the poor taste to target some random dead person in the local cemetery?
Resting in peace may be something of the past.