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Plurilock’s Aurora Systems Receives US$1.41 Million in Purchase Orders for April 2022

Series of orders demonstrates Plurilock’s continued sales growth across key industry verticals

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA—Plurilock Security Inc. (TSXV: PLUR) (OTCQB: PLCKF) and related subsidiaries (“Plurilock” or the “Company”), an identity-centric cybersecurity solutions provider for workforces, announced today that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Aurora Systems Consulting, Inc. (“Aurora”), has received purchase orders from several organizations in April 2022 totaling US$1,417,000.

All but one of the orders received are part of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) Solution for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP) program, a U.S. Government-Wide Acquisition Contract Vehicle (GWAC). All contracts and orders announced by PlurilockTM and its subsidiaries since January 1, 2022, including the latest orders, represent a combined total of roughly US$6.7 million in disclosed sales.

“This series of orders highlights Plurilock’s role as a leader in the cybersecurity and IT space and demonstrates the Company’s work in achieving our stated goal of securing contracts across key industry verticals, including military defense and financial services,” said Ian L. Paterson, CEO of Plurilock. “As we continue to scale our operations, we intend to strengthen our business relationships with existing clients of Aurora while increasing cross-selling opportunities for our high-margin proprietary software products to their end customers.”

The following list outlines the terms of the Aurora purchase orders:

  • a California state taxation agency, totaling US$167,000, for software subscriptions and maintenance support.
  • NASA through the SEWP V program, totaling US$130,000, for software renewal and maintenance support.
  • U.S. Air Force through the SEWP V program, totaling US$109,000, for software renewal and maintenance support.
  • U.S. Air Force through the SEWP V program, totaling US$124,000, for hardware.
  • U.S. Department of the Navy through the SEWP V program, totaling US$112,000, for software renewal and maintenance support.
  • U.S. Department of Commerce through the SEWP V program, totaling US$217,000, for software renewal and maintenance support.
  • U.S. Department of the Navy through the SEWP V program, totaling US$104,000, for hardware and software support.
  • U.S. Department of Defense through the SEWP V program, totaling US$203,000, for hardware and maintenance support.
  • U.S. Department of Energy through the SEWP V program, totaling US$251,000, for LinkedIn enterprise services.


About SEWP

The SEWP V program, launched by NASA in 2015, is the leading information technology (IT) contract vehicle, with government agencies spending $7.9 billion in fiscal 2020.1 Estimates anticipate that agencies will utilize SEWP V for $8.8 billion in contracted spending in fiscal 2021.2 The contract vehicle provides Plurilock with the opportunity to access downstream customers in the government sector.

About Plurilock

Plurilock provides identity-centric cybersecurity for today’s workforces. The Plurilock family of companies enables organizations to operate safely and securely while reducing cybersecurity friction. Plurilock offers world-class IT and cybersecurity solutions through its Solutions Division, paired with proprietary, AI-driven and cloud-friendly security through its Technology Division. Together, the Plurilock family of companies delivers persistent identity assurance with unmatched ease of use.

For more information, visit or contact:

Ian L. Paterson
Chief Executive Officer

Roland Sartorius
Chief Financial Officer

Prit Singh
Investor Relations

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