“Weekly 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®)

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New to the Street TV airs its “Weekly Sekur Privacy & Sekur Security Segment” with internationally acclaimed internet privacy expert Mr. Alain Ghiai, CEO at Sekur Private Data Ltd. (OTCQX: SWISF) (CSE: SKUR) (FRA: GDT0) and TV Host / Multi-media Journalist Ana Berry. Ana opens the show talking about receiving electronic communication from the Oklahoma State Department of Health on steps to take to prevent being cyber-hacked during vacation travels. The state recommended several suggestions, including checking your device’s settings, installing up-to-date software, and changing passwords. Alain agreed with these suggestions and complimented the State of Oklahoma for being proactive. A common issue is that the factory setting is put back as default when you download a new version of an updated app or software. Alain says these settings are advantageous for the app and software entities harvesting data. After new and updated app downloads, Alain suggests you go into your setting feature and enable all privacy settings, which can eliminate potential spying of your devices. Turn off your location settings on your mobile devices and only use them when necessary for a particular app when needed. An Uber lawsuit awarded damages for unauthorized sharing of location data and developed an industry-wide acceptance of a feature that now notifies end-users of permission-based options. End-users can directly agree or disagree with sharing their data when downloading apps. A password generation program is good to use. Alain, however, recommends using a sentence as your password with upper- and lower-case letters, numbers, and special characters; 8 or more characters is a must for a password. Update passwords every 90-days is a good idea to further protect from a possible hack. Alain suggests not using “Free” Wi-Fi at hotels, restaurants, airports, stores, etc., because open portals are prone to hacking data. Sekur Private Data, Ltd, based in Switzerland, uses its Helix military-grade encryption platform to develop many Sekur products that provide secure and private electronic communications. Emails, text messages, and domain migration are available as subscription-based services. SekurVPN (Virtual Private Network), a new product available soon, gives a single location VPN in Switzerland. Competitor products offer different VPN links based on your location. Having multiple VPNs switching back and forth from place to place can be a possible cybersecurity problem. Hosted in Switzerland, the SekurVPN network is available no matter where you connect. Alain recommends viewers learn more about Sekur products by going to the video tutorials on the Company’s website – https://sekur.com/en/tutorials. For over 1-year now, the “Weekly Sekur Privacy & Sekur Security Segment” provides excellent tips and education on preventing businesses and individuals with potential cybersecurity threats and hacks. Each week, the segment continues forward, and viewers can proactively learn more ways to avoid data breaches. The on-screen QR code is available during the show; download or visit Sekur Private Data, Ltd. – http://www.Sekur.com. “What is your privacy worth?”

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