- During the first three quarters of 2023, 32.23 million data breaches were exposed worldwide
- Sekur CEO Alain Ghiai’s “Weekly Hack” segment explores preventative measures to lessen the likelihood of an attack or data leak
- The company’s Swiss-hosted solutions offer individuals, businesses, and governments options for secure and private communications and internet security
During the pandemic, data breaches worldwide spiraled out of control, with 284.34 million breaches in data recorded. Since then, the highest recorded data breach numbers came during the first three quarters of 2023, with 32.25 million data breaches exposed worldwide (https://ibn.fm/ZXWWU). This week’s “Sekur Privacy & Sekur Security – The Weekly Hack” segment with TV host and multi-media journalist Ana Berry and internationally acclaimed internet privacy expert Mr. Alain Ghiai, CEO of Sekur Private Data (CSE: SKUR) (OTCQB: SWISF) (FRA: GDT0), a cybersecurity and internet privacy provider of Swiss-hosted solutions for secure and private communications, explores preventative measures that can lessen the likelihood of an attack or data leak.
Mr. Ghiai recommends never using free WiFi services and not using free Big Tech emails and messaging services when transmitting secure and private information. He also recommends using safe and encrypted VPN services to ensure private data isn’t hijacked (https://ibn.fm/gV5Zi). To help users with a secure means of communicating and transmitting secure data – Sekur’s suite of cybersecurity and internet privacy solutions provides users with the highest level of security with the company’s wholly owned and managed Swiss-hosted solutions.
Sekur’s suite of services includes:
SekurMail(R) with SekurSend/SekurReply is an encrypted email service offering a private, safe, and powerful tool to communicate with everyone within or outside the Sekur ecosystem. SekurMail protects personal information and communications from being accessed by unauthorized parties.
SekurVPN(R) creates a secure, encrypted connection between client’s devices and the internet, giving safe access to the web by routing connections through the company’s wholly-owned Swiss servers. All data sent and received is hidden from prying eyes, including the client’s Internet Service Provider, potential hackers, government surveillance agencies, and more.
SekurMessenger(R) is a Swiss-hosted private and secure messaging communications app that provides secure and private chat, self-deleting chat, voice recording, and file transfer via any mobile device, tablet, or desktop computer. The app is designed to provide military-grade encryption and privacy by ensuring that only the sender and intended recipient can read the messages exchanged.
Sekur has chosen Switzerland to locate its data storage because of its neutrality, independence, strong privacy laws, long-standing political stability, and excellent international relations. All data is stored in bank-approved, state-of-the-art ISO-certified data centers – with data protected by the Swiss Federal Data Protection Act and the Swiss Federal Data Protection Ordinance, which offers some of the strongest privacy protection in the world for both individuals and organizations.
Sekur makes its services available to individuals, businesses, and governments worldwide. None of the data protected by the company is ever sold to third-party companies or tracked. (The suite is available as a subscription service, and during the “Weekly Hack” segment, Mr. Ghiai offers a 15% savings good for five years with PROMO CODE: PRIVACY).
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