Sekur Private Data“Weekly Sekur Privacy” interview with internet privacy expert Mr. Alain Ghiai, CEO


New to The Street TV’s Weekly Sekur Privacy – SPECIAL SEGMENT with the internationally acclaimed internet privacy expert, Mr. Alain Ghiai, CEO at Sekur Private Data Ltd. (fka -GlobeX Data, Ltd.) (OTCQB: SWISF) (CSE: SKUR) (FRA: GDT) is about “Spoofing” emails. Speaking with TV Host and Multi-media Journalist Ana Berry, Alain explains the tactics and methods used in these emails. The objective is to get a receiver of these malicious emails to download a link that looks familiar but with subtle differences. The link redirects the user to a bogus landing page that looks genuine. Unwittingly, a person types their personal information, and now the hacker has your login credentials and other pertinent info. Fraudsters send millions of these emails every day, and your spam filter can only do so much. Alain says diligence is necessary to ensure the email received is not a phishing scam. The best way is to make sure the email you received is from an authentic source and not manipulated to fool you. People are so busy and overwhelmed that they don’t think comprehensively, click a link, and expose themselves to a potential hack. Alain says to double-check recipients’ email accounts, ensuring it is from a genuine source. The solution: SekurMail, a Sekur product, can eliminate malicious attempts to hack your data. As a web-based platform, with an email app forthcoming in June 2022, a subscriber can be assured that a private SekurMail transmission of sensitive data and information most likely cannot get stolen. The SekurSend / SekurReply embedded anti-phishing technology protects both the sender and receiver on text messages and emails, even if the recipient is not a Sekur subscriber. If the receiver of your SekurMail transmission, with attachments, decides not to send back sensitive information using the SekurReply platform but instead sends it through an open-platform email system like Office 365, you still could become hacked. Alain says demand that the recipient receiving your private information uses the SekurSend/SekurReply technology sent by the Sekur Subscriber’s email or have that business become a Sekur business subscriber. With the recent financial woes in the marketplace, people are fearful, and millions of fraudulent emails play into those fears and worries, all designed to steal your data. Alain invites anyone to learn more about the Sekur features by watching the Company website videos. Sekur Private Data, Ltd. operates its internet platforms and security businesses under the country of Switzerland’s very tough privacy laws, and 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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