- Sekur signed a major distribution agreement with a distributor in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and The Republic of Iraq to distribute its entire Sekur Swiss-hosted private and encrypted communications platform
- CEO Alain Ghiai is participating in weekly discussions about cybersecurity and internet security on Fox Business TV’s Weekly Sekur Hack of the Week with multimedia journalist Ana Berry to raise awareness of recent cybersecurity threats
- Sekur’s 100% owned Swiss-hosted servers offer closed-loop secure encrypted products, including SekurVPN, SekurMail, SekurMessenger, and other services for businesses, governments, and individuals
Sekur Private Data (CSE: SKUR) (OTCQB: SWISF) (FRA: GTD0), a cybersecurity and internet privacy provider of Swiss-hosted solutions for secure and private communications, recently announced that it has signed a major distribution agreement with a distributor in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and The Republic of Iraq to distribute its entire Sekur Swiss-hosted private and encrypted communications platform. The agreement was signed with Solutions Communications & Security Systems and is valid for 12 months, with renewal options for an additional 12 months. The agreement also covers all of Jordan Iraq, specifically a telecom operator in Iraq called Asiacell Telecommunications Company (https://ibn.fm/TCVF8).
Sekur’s agreement with Jordan and Iraq sheds light on the world’s cybersecurity and internet privacy concerns. To raise awareness on recent cybersecurity issues, the company’s CEO, Alain Ghiai, participates in weekly discussions with New to the Street TV Co-Host/Multimedia Journalist Ana Berry.
The most recent episode discussed how Russians hacked the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Pentagon, stealing about 632,000 email addresses (https://ibn.fm/3PE9P). After an investigation by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, the source of the cybersecurity breach was a file-share software product called “Move It.” The software had code vulnerabilities that Russian hackers exploited to access the email platform.
Mr. Ghiai explained that many software companies hire 3rd parties to help develop applications, quality controls, and other security features that can be overlooked during development. These 3rd parties often use Big Tech’s open-source software products to create code, which is a furtherance of shortcomings that hackers can find access to a technology platform.
Current geopolitical problems have fueled more frequent bouts of hacking worldwide. Hackers infiltrated Germany’s largest internet service provider, and many believe that Russia was behind this attack because of Germany’s political support for Ukraine. Hackers are taking sides amidst the current war in the Middle East and looking for ways to breach supporting countries.
The best way to limit possible cybersecurity problems is by having separate email accounts, general purpose email, and a private secure platform for sensitive information transmissions. Sekur’s 100% owned Swiss-hosted servers offer closed-loop secure encrypted products, including SekurVPN, SekurMail, SekurMessenger, and other services for businesses, governments, and individuals.
Sometime in 2024, Sekur plans to roll out a new voice encryption service for businesses, another product to help defend against hackers. All of the company’s products have features that have been developed to help significantly diminish cybersecurity hack threats. Sekur uses no third-party technology providers, never asks for phone numbers, does no data mining, never sells data, and controls/owns its servers in Switzerland – a country with the strictest privacy laws in the world.
Sekur’s products are available through subscription, reasonably priced, and easy to use. For a limited time, SekurVPN is available for a 30-day trial, and the company is offering 15% off monthly and yearly fees with Promo Code: PRIVACY.
For more information, visit the company’s website 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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