“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®).


New to the Street TV re-airs its “Weekly Sekur Privacy & Sekur Security Segment” with internationally acclaimed internet privacy expert Mr. Alain Ghiai, CEO of Sekur Private Data Ltd. (OTCQX: SWISF) (CSE: SKUR) (FRA: GDT0) and TV Co-Host / Multi-media Journalist Ana Berry. Morgan Stanley, a larger financial institution, is fining employees up to $1M for using WhatsApp messenger to communicate with clients. Alain explains that last year the US Government fined financial institutions about $2B for using open-platform communication apps for communicating with clients and sending private financial details. Most likely, the higher an employee status is at Morgan Stanley, the higher the fines. Employees know better than to use a non-secure platform to send and communicate sensitive details amongst themselves and their clients. Most people prefer text messaging platforms to email and direct phone calls. SekurMessenger is the solution, with a closed-loop encryption product protected through the Company’s HeliX Technology platform. The product offers archiving required for a certain period of years for financial institutions to store and save e-communication records. Sekur expects in March 2023 that SekurMessenger will offer multiple user management interface features, allowing the Company to approach Small-Medium Businesses (SMBs) and larger corporations for a private and secure solution for their organizations. Even if the recipient is not a Sekur subscriber, their related communications are encrypted, too. The “Chat-by-Invite” is available in many countries, offering end-users a secure SMS text platform. America Movil, a Latin American telecommunication provider, is a Sekur client using the solution. Open platforms like Signal and WhatsApp have limited cybersecurity features and always ask for phone numbers when downloading the app. Hackers use phone numbers as the entry source for cybersecurity breaches on devices. Sekur never asks for phone numbers, and subscribers get their unique 6-digit number when they become subscribers, used as their Sekur electronic ID. The Company, its employees, and all its products/services focus on a culture of privacy and security. All electronic communications are through the Company’s owned and maintained data servers in Switzerland, a country with the strictest privacy laws in the world. Sekur never uses 3rd parties, never mines/sell data, and has no request for phone numbers. Alain offers viewers who would like to subscribe to Sekur to use PROMO CODE: PRIVACY, a 15% savings on monthly and yearly service plans. Yearly-subscribers get the first two months free, and with the promo code, a subscriber is saving even more. The on-screen QR code is available during the show; download or visit Sekur Private Data, Ltd. – https://www.sekurprivatedata.com/ & http://www.Sekur.com“What is your privacy worth?”  The interview is an updated segment that aired on February 4, 2023.

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