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Plurilock optimizes behavioral biometrics for better privacy protection in Q4 product release

Plurilock optimizes behavioral biometrics for better privacy protection in Q4 product release

Plurilock has enhanced the behavioral biometrics infrastructure with new optimizations for a new version of its technology, which is included in its Plurilock ADAPT multifactor authentication and Plurilock DEFEND continuous authentication solutions.

The Q4’20 product release introduces a modular, adaptive cloud server architecture to increase fault tolerance and system availability, according to the press release, plus optimized failover capabilities and enhanced real-time system health monitoring.

Optimizations to Plurilock’s behavioral biometric technology reduce the amount of data required to continuously identify users, for improved user privacy. The changes also allow the technology to generate mature behavioral biometric profiles faster based on less user input, the company says.

Plurilock’s mobile application, which can be used in organizations’ ADAPT deployments to enable step-up authentication without a third-party MFA solution, for iOS and Android is also included in the Q4’20 product release.

The new release also adds support for Windows and Mac OS proxy environments, and certain recent Apple configurations, and a re-engineered support experience with a new portal which provides ticket, status and communication history in real-time, the company says.

“This product release represents a number of key improvements behind the scenes,” says Ian L. Paterson, CEO of Plurilock Security Inc. “Based on feedback from our clients over 2020, we identified new opportunities for improvement and executed on them. We believe that this product release will enable us to achieve new levels of enterprise effectiveness.”

The new product release will be rolled out to Plurilock clients in phases, which are expected to be complete by mid-January, 2021.

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