Sekur Private Data, Ltd.’s (OTCQX: SWISF) (CSE: SKUR) (FRA: GDT0) interview with Alain Ghiai, CEO.


Mr. Alain Ghiai, CEO, Sekur Private Data, Ltd. (OTCQX: SWISF) (CSE: SKUR) (FRA: GDT0), joins New to The Street TV’s Host Jane King for his in-studio New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) interview. Microsoft recently warned about the increased cyberattacks by Russia on any ally assisting Ukraine. Alain adds commentary about that issue, telling viewers that he read elsewhere that China most likely has every US citizen’s social security number and other private data. The interconnectivity of the worldwide financial system is very vulnerable to a cyberattack. The enemy’s goal is to create destabilization. The hack attempts on banking, stock markets, military commands, utility infrastructures, food production, and other industry sectors continue, and all should expect to see increased cyber warfare activities. The main sponsors are China, Russia, and Iran, which aim to create worldwide chaos and destruction. Alain explains that with US elections forthcoming, domestic internal and international external hack attempts are increasing. He strongly suggests not to believe any political postings and to not click a link on these social media sites which are designed to steal your data. offers subscribers a suite of products designed to eliminate hacks. For reasonable monthly fees, a person can subscribe to the SekurMessenger product, an encrypted platform that protects both sender and receiver. The free-open platforms, like Signal, WhatsApp, and others typically used by many, require a phone number to register and use, and that phone number is the primary source for data breaches. Sekur products never ask for a phone number, never shares your phone’s address book, never sells data, and operates on a military-grade encrypted close loop system. Alain again reminds everyone to limit their social media footprint, which is the hacker’s trail to a potential hack. As an added protection to subscribers, Sekur Private Data, Ltd operates its internet platforms and security businesses under the country of Switzerland’s very tough privacy laws. The on-screen QR code is available during the show; download or visit Sekur Private Data, Ltd. –

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