In this work we considered the Gaussian two-user interference channel where the eavesdropper channel is arbitrarily varying, all channel matrices have rank less than or equal to 2, and the eavesdropper has 1 antenna. We identify a class of these channel models for which the secrecy degrees of freedom (s.d.o.f.) region is achieved by letting only one user transmit a time. We also provided a non-trivial example for which such a transmission strategy is sub-optimal in terms of s.d.o.f. region. The achievable scheme for this example introduces a new technique to achieve secrecy for MIMO wiretap channels, in which the transmitter-receiver pair uses linear precoding so that effectively the signals are beam-formed toward a direction that can not be attained by the eavesdropper and is at the same time orthogonal to interference from the other user.