In 1995, Allan Hilsinger graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the Carl H. Lindner College of Business at the University of Cincinnati. After that, Hilsinger wasted no time in getting his business career started. After completing his education, he made the decision to pursue a career in entrepreneurship and promptly established a couple of new modest firms. Over the course of the subsequent several years, Hilsinger worked tirelessly to expand these firms.
In order to continue developing these firms, Allan Hilsinger relied on his experience as an entrepreneur, the methods he had acquired during his studies, and a substantial amount of market research. Soon enough, Hilsinger sold these little firms and proceeded with his entrepreneurship activities in the same vein as before. After graduating from college, he spent the next full decade establishing, growing, and eventually selling the several small enterprises he had founded. This endeavor lasted for the whole decade.
After that, Allan Hilsinger was a victim of identity theft in the year 2009. This event had a significant impact on him, and it also made it very evident to him that the security of personally identifiable information (PII) was not nearly as robust as he had previously assumed it to be. As a consequence of this, Hilsinger made the decision to tackle the issue, assist in preventing others from experiencing the same fate as he had with identity theft, and educate others about the need of keeping personal information secure. This goal is the primary motivation for Hilsinger's decision to begin working on the process of launching another firm.