On May 23, 2018, we published revised versions of our Privacy Policy and User Agreements. Please read these updated terms and take some time to understand them. Your use of our services is subject to these revised terms.
Yes, I Agree.
Stocks To Buy Now


Sekur Private Data Ltd. (CSE: SKUR) (OTCQB: SWISF) (FRA: GDT0) Services Offer Important Data Security Options to Individuals, Organizations, and Governments

  • The recently reported “mother of all breaches” is seen as affecting over 20 brands, with over 100 billion records leaked
  • Attacks, like credential stuffing and denial of service, can compromise user data and make users vulnerable across multiple platforms and interfaces
  • Sekur’s suite of services includes email, VPN, and messenger protection products, all designed to keep data safe using unique Swiss-hosted servers

Researchers are calling a recent cybersecurity attack the “mother of all data breaches,” with over 20 brands affected and over 100 billion records leaked. Cybernews Head of Security Research Mantas Sasnauskas implied that most of the population is likely to have been affected – with brands including Tencent, LinkedIn, X, Venmo, Canva, Apollo, and Adobe. Researchers said the compromised data set included usernames and passwords, setting the stage for a wide-scale attack (https://ibn.fm/tMLVT).

The attack can be especially dangerous for those using the same password across multiple accounts. If a hacker knows an email or username and password combination, attacks can target accounts using the same combination to gain access to more sensitive data, like email or bank accounts. This type of attack is called “credential stuffing,” where a hacked individual can have their accounts compromised across multiple services in a matter of minutes, creating a more devastating trail of destruction.

A recent attack on the website of the Pennsylvania’s state courts agency shows that no organization is immune to the threat of a cyberattack. The FBI calls the attack a “denial of service” cyberattack, where hackers flood the targeted host or network with traffic until the target cannot respond or crashes, preventing access for legitimate users. There is no report of court data being compromised, but the investigation is ongoing (https://ibn.fm/z7hoP).

As more people become vulnerable to cyberattacks, Sekur Private Data (CSE: SKUR) (OTCQB: SWISF) (FRA: GDT0), a cybersecurity and internet privacy provider of Swiss-hosted solutions for secure and private communications, has a suite of services specifically catering to keeping information safe. The company chose Switzerland to locate its data storage because of its neutrality, independence, strong privacy laws, long-standing political stability, and excellent international relations.

Sekur’s suite of cybersecurity services includes:

  • SekurMail(R) with SekurSend/SekurReply – 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) – 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) – 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.

Customer information is confidential and safely stored in Switzerland using military-grade security. All data is stored in bank-approved, state-of-the-art ISO-certified data centers used by Swiss and global banks, most United Nations organizations, and many corporations and governmental organizations. All user data is protected by the Swiss Federal Data Protection Act and the Swiss Federal Data Protection Ordinance, which offer some of the strongest privacy protection in the world for both individuals and organizations.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.SekurPrivateData.com or the company’s product site at www.Sekur.com.

NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to SWISF are available in the company’s newsroom at https://ibn.fm/SWISF

From Our Blog

Fast-Tracking a Capital Raise in the Public Markets

April 19, 2024

The SPAC Conference 2024 Hosted by DealFlow Events Successful people know when facing a business challenge their best weapon is information. Anyone involved in any way with special purpose acquisition companies cannot afford to miss The SPAC Conference 2024 coming up fast. This best-in-class event set for June 11-12 delivers the vital information and insight […]

Rotate your device 90° to view site.