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Plurilock launches global channel partner program for continuous authentication technology

 

Behavioral biometrics company Plurilock Security Solutions has announced its Plurilock Global Sales Channel Partner Program, which launches with nine partners who will now offer its invisible cybersecurity solution to customers around the world.

Plurilock also picked up $3 million in seed funding recently for its continuous user authentication technology, which the company says protects against security threats like compromises, stolen credentials, and user carelessness, and reduces breach attempt response time from more than 200 days to less than 30 seconds.

“Digital espionage is becoming a legitimate threat to both our national infrastructure and our economy, and all it takes is one bad actor to wreak potentially nationwide havoc on our vital systems,” said Plurilock CEO Ian Paterson. “Plurilock gives these critical entities the capability to instantly stop virtually any user-authentication-based endpoint threat, including accidental device or credential loss, to prevent your data or systems access from falling into the wrong hands.”

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. Plurilock announced a deal with Carahsoft last month to offer its technology to U.S. public sector agencies.

“Plurilock’s simple identity assurance technology provides the real-time user authentication our customers need for security and compliance with zero impact on the user experience,” said Michael Shrader, Vice President Intelligence and Innovative Solutions with Carahsoft. “This is a great opportunity for us to deliver this affordable, dependable and efficient cybersecurity solution to our customers and reseller partners.”

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