New to The Street airs its “Sekur Privacy & Sekur Security Segment” with internationally acclaimed internet privacy expert Mr. Alain Ghiai, CEO, Sekur Private Data Ltd. (OTCQX: SWISF) (CSE: SKUR) (FRA: GDT0) (Sekur®). In this week’s segment, Alain and TV Co-Host / Multi-media Journalist Ana Berry talk about electronic postings, emails, and text messages pertaining to the upcoming US Midterm Elections. With both political parties looking for victories, emotions are high, and electronic communication can become toxic with hateful rhetoric. Big tech open-source account holders will receive warning notices or even suspend account activities if the communications are not to their liking. Suppose you have a small group of individuals you would like to communicate regarding your feelings on a certain subject matter. In that case, Sekur can allow up to 20 messages/emails to non-Sekur accounts. Sekur is protecting itself from being “Blacklisted” which jeopardizes all Sekur account holders in the system. If an IP address gets “Blacklisted,” any email sent from that IP gets bounced back from a recipient’s email provider. So, if you want to send a “Hot Topic” email to 100 people, then Sekur.com isn’t the platform to use. However, if those same 100 email accounts are all Sekur email IP addresses, then okay, but Sekur will handle internal hostile and antisocial electronic communications. Sekur would limit or even revoke a subscription for being a “Bad Actor.” Everyone wants privacy, and both political party affiliations wish for privacy. Alain states that a recent article in threatpost.com, an excellent resource to learn about current and ongoing cybersecurity hacks, reports that Telegram end-users are getting their devices hacked through the app’s built-in mass broadcasting features, which enabled hackers to steal information. Sekur offers a closed-loop secure encrypted platform for emails and text messages. The SekurSend/SekurReply features on SekurMail/SekurMessenger subscription-based platforms give a close-loop private communication available on iOS, Android, and web base. The “Chat-by-Invite” is available in 61 countries. It offers a secure SMS text platform to end-users and even allows a sender to completely delete the communications from both the sender’s and recipient’s devices. Any subscription offering from Sekur gives a complete solution for private conversation and data transfers without the hack fear associated with the free open-tech platforms. The Company operates in Switzerland, were privacy laws and rules are very tough. Sekur Private Data owns and controls its servers. They never ask for phone numbers, never collect, or sell data, never data mine, never logs IP addresses, and never use 3rd party software/hardware providers. “What is your privacy worth?” The on-screen QR code is available during the show; download or visit Sekur Private Data, Ltd. – https://www.sekurprivatedata.com/ and http://www.Sekur.com.
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