Frequently Asked Question
How is Plurilock’s™ user profile data stored? Is it actually secure?
Plurilock’s profile data is encrypted and securely stored.
All Plurilock behavioral-biometric data is numeric, non-biographical, and encrypted before transmission. The profile that results from analyzing this data is similarly numeric and non-biographical, and is stored in encrypted form in a secure database.
It is a key Plurilock advantage that even if profile is somehow lost to the wild and decrypted, it can not be used to reconstruct a user’s real-world identity or to discover biographical details about a profiled user.
2FA/MFA Rapid Reference
Authentication at a glance
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- 2FA and MFA basics and common solutions
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