Sekur Private Data Ltd. (CSE: SKUR) (OTCQB: SWISF) (FRA: GDT0) Promotes Email Security Solution Amid Global Conflicts and Increasing Cyber Threats

  • Political controversies surrounding threats to the United States’ election integrity and the international aggressions of Russia’s government underscore concerns about the ever-present need to maintain the security of personal and business communications
  • Swiss hosted Sekur Private Data Ltd. provides a private and secure communications platform that the company is presently marketing to SMBs in the U.S. with plans to expand to other nations during the coming year
  • SWISF provides its encrypted data protection services under Swiss Internet protocol security laws, acknowledging that Switzerland has the strictest data privacy laws in the world
  • Sekur boasts a 100 percent-owned infrastructure and proprietary technology to help ensure customers’ data won’t be compromised by third-party operators

Recent salvos fired between ransomware-as-a-service (“RaaS”) operator LockBit and the international coalition of law enforcement agencies that seized servers in eight countries belonging to LockBit or its affiliates (https://ibn.fm/Jtvg5) highlight the global and present nature of concerns about protecting Internet-accessible data.

Ransomware attacks involve the use of virus malware by a cybersphere invader to permanently prevent victims from accessing their own data on their computer systems unless a hefty ransom is paid for the “kidnapped” computer system. In addition to LockBit’s RaaS operation allowing affiliate organizations to rent its services, LockBit has gained attention recently for seeking payment from officials in Fulton County, Georgia, to forestall its threat of publishing sensitive court data related to elections (https://ibn.fm/kQb5d).

Cybersecurity and internet privacy innovator Sekur Private Data (CSE: SKUR) (OTCQB: SWISF) (FRA: GDT0) recently highlighted a separate reported data intrusion via email vulnerability affecting the national dialogue over cyber invasion and privacy disruption.

Sekur founder and CEO Alain Ghiai discussed conservative media host Tucker Carlson’s claim that U.S. government agencies “unmasked his internet identity” and leaked emails to the media regarding his preparations to travel to Russia and interview Russian president Vladimir Putin in February of this year, as a consequence of the current White House administration’s dim view of both Putin and Carlson, during Ghiai’s “Weekly Hack” interview with the New To The Street corporate media site (https://ibn.fm/gvllD).

“I would not speculate if it happened or not but … if it did happen, it is for the simple fact that every time you use a Big Tech solution, first of all they have all the rights to read and listen to your (communications),” Ghiai said. “I always tell people that when you give your phone number away to download an application, nothing is private.”

Sekur provides Swiss-hosted solutions for secure communications and secure data management, utilizing a suite of secure cloud-based storage, disaster recovery, document management and other secure communication tools, including encrypted e-mails.

The company recently launched SekurVPN (https://sekur.com/en/vpn) is the world’s first non-big-tech-powered, Swiss-hosted, privacy-focused VPN solution using military-grade security.

“It will encrypt your connection, whether you’re on 5G or wi-fi, and that’s a big asset,” Ghiai told New To The Street on Fox Business TV. “It also will mask your true IP address and give you a Swiss IP address. … In Switzerland, it’s important to know that your IP address is considered your private property. So we can’t mess around with that. We can’t look at your traffic.”

In addition to the data mining-free, Swiss law-regulated establishment of the hub, Sekur boasts a 100 percent-owned infrastructure and proprietary technology. During the upcoming financial quarter, Sekur will launch its planned B2B platform in the United States in conjunction with Ingram Micro, followed by the expansion of its B2B platform to Latin America, the United Arab Emirates and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in 2025.

“We are seeing a dramatic increase in cyber-attacks in the USA due to the global conflicts at the present time, and due to the current presidential election campaign for the November 2024 presidential elections. Having our SMBs protected from BEC (Business Email Compromise) attacks is a prime directive,” Ghiai stated in a recent news release announcing the launch of small business marketing efforts (https://ibn.fm/X1Adp). “Average revenue per user is also growing and we expect moving forward to have between a 20% to 50% average revenue per user increase with all new subscribers.”

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

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