Canada-based Plurilock saw its revenue skyrocket in 2021 from hardware sales related to the acquisition of Aurora Systems Consulting (ASC), as it previewed a strategy for 2022 focused on more acquisitions.
Garr Stephenson Jr is coming in with his over 20 years of sales leadership experience to his new role as Plurilock chief revenue officer, the company has announced.
A non-provisional patent application has been filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for a ‘Multi-device user identity validation based on behavioral signal fidelity,’ which is intended for work environments where multiple devices need to be secured, such as a laptop and a mobile device, Plurilock says.
Plurilock has announced the general availability of its Spring 2022 product release, which upgrades the company’s behavioral biometrics-powered continuous authentication solution Defend and the multi-factor authentication (MFA) solution Adapt.
By integrating both solutions, Plurilock intends to assist companies in analyzing users’ behavioral biometrics profiles in order to spot individuals that may have potentially been involved in an insider threat attack.
Plurilock has announced the release of new versions of several behavioral biometric solutions as part of its Fall 2021 product line.
By combining APaaS with its Defend continuous authentication platform, Plurilock can now offer self-healing with its new product, Defend Persisted.
The document describes a technology designed to eliminate timing delays for authenticating user identity for remote work setups, according to the company announcement.
Plurilock has recently completed the acquisition of assets from Indian cloud access security broker CloudCodes Software, granting CloudCodes’ existing customers access to Plurilock’s continuous authentication and behavioral biometrics solution.
BIO-key, Plurilock and Onfido have each won 2021 Cybersecurity Breakthrough Awards for their biometrics and digital identity technologies.
We are very pleased to report the second quarter of 2021 saw us deliver strong year over year revenue growth, add industry leading professionals to the organization, and expand our operational presence to new markets globally.
Plurilock has won a contract to provide its DEFEND cybersecurity software to a leading financial institution outside of the company’s home country of Canada for CA$672,000 (roughly US$533,000)
Plurilock is reporting a successful financial first half of 2021 after its Solutions Division won a cumulative $3.16 million in new contracts for its behavioral biometrics and cybersecurity tools between April and the end of June
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The last week of May was an eventful one for cybersecurity company Plurilock, which signed three separate contracts for its behavioral biometrics and cybersecurity technology.
Plurilock has filed a pair of provisional patent applications with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, expanding the company’s portfolio of continuous biometric authentication technologies.
The shift to relying on behavioral analysis such as typing speed and patterns and pointing movements might alleviate most of the concerns that come with today’s fast rate of digitization. Stolen credentials would become virtually useless without their associated human owner’s behavioral patterns.
DFIR practices pull together a range of data, Plurilock VP of Product and Marketing Dr. Aron Hsiao writes, which provides indirect evidence about incidents. That indirect evidence must by used by analysts to infer what has happened, and imply the event’s impact, according to Hsiao.
Plurilock has joined the Toronto Stock Exchange Venture Exchange (TSXV) under the symbol “PLUR” to raise funds for its enterprise behavioral biometric authentication business.
Plurilock has secured up to CAD$120,000 (US$90,000) in advisory services and funding from the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC IRAP) to invest in enhancing its behavioral biometrics technologies for remote passwordless authentication.
Plurilock has appointed veteran software executive Ed Hammersla to its board of directors to lend his expertise in virtual desktop infrastructure environments, security policy and compliance, and enterprise cybersecurity as the company expands its offering.
Plurilock Security Solutions has added a U.S.-based team of professionals with extensive experience to its North American Sales operations unit to boost sales of its behavioral biometrics authentication products in banking and financial services industries, the company announced.
“Plurilock’s…identity management platform can authenticate the identity of an NPE with behavioral and contextual data from users, according to the announcement, to protect them from botnets, exploit kits and DDoS attacks designed to target IoT networks.”
“Partners now offering Plurilock’s technology in the Middle East, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region, in addition to the Americas, include Carahsoft, Siltek, Tindo Pte Ltd., Paramount Computer Systems (PCS), and Assurity Systems Limited.”
“This partnership will make it that much easier for federal customers and Carahsoft’s reseller partners to quickly put our product to work protecting their networks and data.”