We tend to be wary of cloud-based applications. How secure are Plurilock™ and the data that Plurilock gathers?
Plurilock data is encrypted for transmission and for storage and Plurilock maintains clean penetration test results.
The data that Plurilock gathers and analyzes is numeric and statistical in nature, includes no biographical data, and cannot be used to reconstruct a user's real-world identity. The data is encrypted for transmission to Plurilock’s cloud servers, hosted at global top-tier cloud providers, where this data is stored only in encrypted form.
Plurilock ADAPT™ in particular is independently black and grey-box tested by Cycura, and scores top marks for penetration resistance. In keeping with these results, Plurilock’s overall security posture is rated as “very strong” by Black, Cassels an Graydon.
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