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Biometrics providers Daltrey, Plurilock and VSBLTY announce leadership appointments

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Biometrics providers Daltrey, Plurilock and VSBLTY announce leadership appointments

Daltrey has appointed Julien Bringer to be its new Chief Technical Security Officer to help the biometrics startup continue growing following an influx of new clients.

Bringer has decades of experience in security and identity, a PhD, and more than 80 published works to his name, according to the announcement. Daltrey says he is recognized as a global leader in biometrics, cybersecurity, identity and privacy.

The company has also added a solution architect, DevOps engineer and solution engineer, and appointed Michael Field its new Head of Operations.

Daltrey also recently announced a successful fundraising round.

Plurilock launches Advisory Board

Plurilock has formed a new Advisory Board and appointed three industry leaders to it to guide the company on planning and executing strategic initiatives to deliver significant value to shareholders.

Specifically, the board will be tasked with helping Plurilock position itself to expand its behavioral biometrics customer base in North America and internationally for enterprise cybersecurity and identity and access management (IAM) in regulated verticals.

Appointees to the board are Plurilock Co-founder Dr. Issa Traoré, PhD, Nex Industries President and CEO Merv Chia, and former Corix Group CFO Mark Orsmond.

“We are delighted to be able to work under the guidance of experienced industry leaders that will provide us with technical expertise and key industry insights,” says Plurilock CEO Ian L. Paterson, “Moving forward, we will step-up our efforts to grow our customer base and to continue to deliver cutting-edge authentication and cybersecurity solutions.”

VSBLTY adds director, investor relations firms, grants stock options

VSBLTY has a new Director, appointing Thomas D. Hays, III, who also serves on the board of Egis Capital Partners.

The company has also retained RB Milestone Group and iRPub to run its investor relations, marketing communications and education support services.

Additionally, VSBLTY has granted 2,850,000 incentive stock options to directors, officers, employees and consultants at $0.17 per share over a period of five years. The options will vest quarterly for a year and are subject to regulatory approval.

The company just announced a partnership to develop a thermal screening kiosk with its biometric facial recognition.

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