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X10 Networks to deliver Plurilock’s behavioral biometrics across North America

X10 Networks to deliver Plurilock’s behavioral biometrics across North America
 

Plurilock Security Inc. has announced a reseller agreement for North America with network engineering provider X10 Networks Inc to distribute its behavioral biometrics-based cybersecurity solutions.

“X10 has established itself as a leading provider of network solutions among its broad range of clients. As a growing company, part of our strategy is to attract and work with channel partners that can help us deliver our state-of-the-art authentication solutions to government, healthcare, and financial services customers in an effort to scale adoption of our product to the broader market,” says Ian L. Paterson, CEO of Plurilock Security Inc.

Under the partnership, X10 will promote and deliver Plurilock’s continuous biometric authentication and adaptive MFA solutions across industries such as education, government, healthcare and industrials. The reseller has an established presence in multiple Canadian provinces and other countries. The deal follows Plurilock’s ‘land and expand’ strategy to build a new pipeline of customers and maintain high customer retention, according to the announcement.

X10 Networks deliverables include security, data center infrastructure, security consulting, business applications, managed services, project management, cloud infrastructure and operational technology networking.

Plurilock launched a mobile app to bring behavioral biometric authentication to mobile devices late in 2020.

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