Plurilock Security Inc. (OTC: PLCKF) (TSX-V: PLUR) (“Plurilock” or the “Company”), an innovative cybersecurity company that provides frictionless and continuous authentication using machine learning and behavioral biometrics, is pleased to announce that the Company has a patent pending with the United States Patent and Trademark Office to document a new form of continuous authentication.
The application covers a continuous authentication method to validate and confirm the identity of a user during remote work. The process involves comparing the digital user’s distinct and unique patterns (i.e., keystrokes) with patterns previously collected, while enabling the user to work on a remote device and/or in a remote setting without any interruption. Plurilock’s latest continuous authentication method, as documented in the patent pending application, will enable companies to constantly authenticate the identity of their employees and staff even though the user is completely ‘invisible’ to them.
“The filing of our provisional patent application validates our intention to create innovative authentication solutions that are designed to prevent, and address security challenges faced by the enterprise customers that have a growing remote workforce,” said Ian L. Paterson, CEO of Plurilock Security Inc. “As the world moves to remote work, we plan to develop more advanced continuous authentication solutions that can challenge the current industry standards while ensuring our clients’ workflow remains uninterrupted in and out of the office.”
Plurilock is an innovative, identity-centric cybersecurity company that reduces or eliminates the need for passwords, extra authentication steps, and cumbersome authentication devices. Plurilock’s software leverages state-of-the-art behavioral-biometric, environmental, and contextual technologies to provide invisible, adaptive, and risk-based authentication solutions with the lowest possible cost and complexity. Plurilock enables organizations to compute safely-and with peace of mind.