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

Nov 27, 2023

New to the Street TV airs its “Sekur Privacy & Sekur Security Segment – Weekly Hack” with internationally acclaimed internet privacy expert Mr. Alain Ghiai, CEO of Sekur Private Data, Ltd. (OTCQX: SWISF) (CSE: SKUR) (FRA: GDT0) (Sekur®) and TV Co-Host / Multi-media Journalist Ana Berry. The “Weekly Hack” is about ICBC (Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited), the largest bank in the world, getting hacked. Its subsidiary, ICBC Financial Services (FS), experienced an outage from the ransomware attack, resulting in a system shutdown. FS’ US Government Bond trades and other financial transactions worth around $9B couldn’t settle, causing a ripple in the financial markets. Alain believes the bank’s corporate email system became compromised, and the ransomware hack entered their computer system. Alain found it odd that executives converted to their Gmail accounts to communicate with clients and others within the organization when the corporate system was offline. Anytime anyone uses an open-platform, free Big Tech email, one takes a chance at a cybersecurity breach. Interestingly, Alain explains to viewers that the Sekur started 10 years ago with the development of a full-server backup product. The idea came shortly after the Sony Pictures Entertainment hack. Since then, Sekur has launched several subscription-based products for individuals and businesses. SekurMail with the SekurSend/SekurReply feature can greatly eliminate the chances of a cyber breach. An end-user sends an email from their SekurMail account, the recipient gets an invitation to proceed, and the whole communication occurs on Sekur’s wholly-owned servers. The email feature can even protect the recipient who is not a Sekur subscriber. The Company never uses third-party platforms or software; all product offerings are encrypted and closed-looped. Another essential solution is SekurVPN, which offers a Swiss VPN IP address, allowing end-users to appear always in Switzerland. SekurVPN virtually eliminates the tracking of end-users’ web traffic. All subscribers’ electronic communications are through the Company’s owned and maintained data servers in Switzerland, a country with the strictest privacy laws in the world. Alain offers viewers who want to subscribe to Sekur PROMO CODE: PRIVACY, a 15% savings for the next 5 years on all products and bundled servicesRemember: Sekur never sells data, asks for phone numbers, has no 3rd party cloud applications, and never tracks web traffic. Viewers, please tune in next week for the “Sekur Privacy & Sekur Security Segment – Weekly Hack. The on-screen QR code is available during the shows to download more info or visit Sekur Private Data, Ltd. – https://sekurprivatedata.com/http:/sekur.com/ and https://sekurvpn.com/Privacy has arrived!

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