New to the Street 428 | Newsmax TV, January 21, 2023


1). Quantum Computing- Quantum Computing, Inc.’s (NASDAQ: QUBT) ($QUBT) interviews with Robert Liscouski, President, CEO/Chairman, and Hunter Gaylor, Co-host, New to The Street.

2). Ecology Solutions – The Sustainable Green Team’s (OTCQX: SGTM) ($SGTM) interview with Tony Raynor, Founder, President, and CEO.

3). Email/Messenger Privacy Solutions – Sekur Private Data, Ltd.’s (OTCQX: SWISF) (CSE: SKUR) (FRA: GDT0) interview with Alain Ghiai, CEO.

4). College Prep Admission- Zenith Prep Academy’s interview with Kevin Hong, Program Manager.

5). “Sekur Privacy & Sekur Security Segment” interview with internet privacy expert Mr. Alain Ghiai, CEO, Sekur Private Data Ltd. (OTCQX: SWISF) (CSE: SKUR) (FRA: GDT0) (Sekur®).

Co-hosting from the Nasdaq MarketSite studio, New to The Street’s Jane King and Hunter Gaylor talk with Robert ‘Bob’ Liscouski, President, CEO, and Chairman of Quantum Computing, Inc. (NASDAQ: QUBT) ($QUBT) (“QCI”). Bob gives viewers a comprehensive update on the Company’s mission to accelerate quantum computing capabilities for real-world applications. Recently, QCI launched its web base Dirac-1™ Dedicated Subscription service, where clients have direct access to the Company’s quantum computer solutions. Quantum solutions can help all industries with complex calculations. Rabobank uses the Company’s Entropy Quantum Computer for fraud detection and mitigation solutions. Banks and other industries have many data inputs that need a quantum software/hardware solution. Bob explains that the Company’s cybersecurity quantum product is growing nicely and expects it to be the Company’s lead revenue generation product. All industries need a next-generation cybersecurity solution, and QCI has it. Another solution is the Company’s quantum sensing product, Quantum Photonic System (QPS). QPS offers a platform for all quantum computing technologies, including computers, sensors, LiDAR, and networking, and delivers high-precision measurement, computations, and imaging results that can assist in medical, autonomous vehicles, and infrastructure applications. Industries that need a risk management solution can utilize QCI’s random quantum number generation product features, giving extraordinary analytic tools to make crucial decisions. Qatalyst™ is the Company’s flagship product which is easy to use and cost-effective to deploy. The on-screen QR code is available during the show; download or visit  Quantum Computing, Inc. –

From the Nasdaq MarketSite studio, New to The Street airs TV Host Jane King’s interviews with The Sustainable Green Team’s (OTCQX: SGTM) ($SGTM) Tony Raynor, CEO. As a holding Company with many wholly owned subsidiaries, SGTM deploys and develops innovative solutions to mitigate tree waste and other byproducts. Tony talks to viewers about the Company listing its shares on the higher-tier platform of OTC Markets. The OTCQX is the highest possible trading tier available and provides the investment community with more transparency in making investment decisions. Recently, the Company held its first-ever “Global Mission” symposium in Orlando, Florida, in December 2022. A clip shows a room full of like-minded professional individuals determined to make an ecological difference on Earth, utilizing current and new technologies to improve soils, agricultural initiatives, and water conservation. Several attendees spoke about what they plan on doing to assist SGTM in their corporate goal to create more green reusable products and help the planet. In 2022, the Company entered into a collaboration with an Australian company, VRM BioLogik Group, which developed a product that creates water from organics. SGTM’s management will continue aggressively seeking partnerships with like-minded individuals and entities to find more environmentally sustainable solutions and products. The on-screen QR code is available during the show; download or visit The Sustainable Green Team – The interview originally aired on January 14, 2023.

On a video conference, New to The Street’s TV Host Jane King interviews Alain Ghiai, CEO at Sekur Private Data, Ltd. (OTCQX: SWISF) (CSE: SKUR) (FRA: GDT0). The Company, a subscription-based services provider, offers secure and private e-communication platforms for individuals, businesses, and governmental agencies. Alain gives a financial overview of operations that occurred last year, 2022. The Company has strong cash-on-hand, no debt, and increased subscribers. The 2023 operational projections look strong, with the expectations to increase subscriber use by about 50%, roll out new products/services, optimize the Company’s website, improve search engine marketing, and onboard more B2B resellers. Alain recognized that the Company’s stock performance was poor in 2022. The macro-environment, particularly the tech sector, performed poorly last year. Larger shareholders in SWISF most likely reduced stock position sizes, contributing to low bid/ask prices. The Company stock price is selling at about 70% of cash-on-hand, a strong value matrix. Alain stated that the Company is aggressively pursuing a net-profit status, hopefully obtainable in the next 12 months. The Company makes its money from subscribers who purchase Sekur’s encrypted solutions. They never sell data to 3rd parties, a revenue-generating business practice common amongst Big Tech entities. During the show, PROMO CODE: SEKUR15 is on the screen, offering a 15% off on subscription rates. Sekur Private Data doesn’t use any Big Tech open-source platforms and never data mine or use 3rd party providers. The Company owns, controls, and operates its servers in Switzerland, a country with the most stringent privacy laws in the world. The on-screen QR code is available during the show to download more info or visit Sekur Private Data, Ltd.- and

The New to The Street TV show airs the Nasdaq MarketSite studio interview with Kevin Hong, Program ManagerZenith Prep Academy (“Zenith”). For 15 years, Zenith Prep Academy has provided college admission strategies and guidance, helping over 1000 students with a college enrollment strategy. The application and admission process can become overwhelming for those seeking higher education. Student competition is fierce with many not getting into the school of their first choice. Kevin explains the academy’s business model and how it works differently from its competitors. After looking at a student’s, GPA, SAT scores, and other academic acumens, Kevin and his team focus on individual attributes. Competitors usually focus on the university’s attributes, not optimizing a college application for the benefit of the individual student. Not optimizing a student’s unique talents and qualities is why a student with a 4.0 GPA and extraordinary SAT score might not get accepted into a top-rated university. Kevin sits with parents and students to create a realistic plan to get a university to take their student’s application over others. Zenith specifically designs its program to serve two types of students: high academic achievers and GPA/SAT scores that don’t highlight the full potential. Showing a university that a student is more than just a GPA/SAT is what Zenith Prep Academy can accomplish, with the quest of getting a student into a school they choose. Kevin wants to continue to help students become a better version of themselves and express those attributes to a university. The on-screen QR code is available during the show to download more info or visit Zenith Prep Academy –

On New to The Street’s “Sekur Privacy & Sekur Security Segment – Weekly Hack, internationally acclaimed internet privacy expert Mr. Alain Ghiai, CEO at Sekur Private Data Ltd.  (OTCQX: SWISF) (CSE: SKUR) (FRA: GDT0) talks with TV Host and Multi-media Journalist Ana Berry about personal and private data sent over a Big-Tech’s email and messaging platforms. Ana explains that it is tax time, and employers ask for a W-9 form that provides individual tax information containing social security numbers, date of birth, and addresses. These requests sometimes come from Big-Tech email addresses with a return request using that open-platform email. Alain says not to send W-9 forms using those free email addresses. The Big-Tech platforms have been subject to many hacks and stolen data. Alain states that some platforms offer encryption services, but end-users send the encryption key on non-secure and open platforms. The solution is to get an encrypted private and secure email/messenger program like Sekur that includes a military-grade encryption platform. Subscribers use the SekurSend/SekurReply options for SekurMail/SekurMessenger, which protect both the subscriber and the recipient. For individuals, SekurMail is only $7.00, and SekurMessenger is only $5.00; together, bundled is $10. Alain offers PROMO CODE: SEKUR15 – 15% off monthly and yearly subscriptions. Users who decide to go for a full-year subscription get additional savings because they enjoy two months free when signing up, about 42% savings. Sekur Private Data, Ltd. operates its internet platforms and security businesses under the country of Switzerland’s very tough privacy laws. It never data mines, never sells data, and never asks for a phone number. The on-screen QR code is available during the show to download more info or visit Sekur Private Data, Ltd. – What is your privacy worth?

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