“Plurilock says its sales partners will extend its reach in the Middle East, Europe, the APAC region, and the Americas.”
Plurilock has launched a new partner distributor program for its AI-driven behavioral biometrics technology.
Called the Plurilock Global Sales Channel Partner Program, it launches with nine companies onboard. In announcing the program, Plurilock did not name all of its partners, but the company did highlight Siltek, Tindo Pte, Assurity Systems, Paramount Computer Systems, and also Carahsoft, a contract holder with the GSA Schedule and NASA’s Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP) contract acquisition programs that initially partnered with Plurilock last month. Plurilock says its sales partners will extend its reach in the Middle East, Europe, the APAC region, and the Americas.
In a statement announcing the program, Plurilock CEO Ian Paterson emphasized the government applications of the company’s BioTracker solution. “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,” he said. “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.”
Plurilock has previously worked with the US Army and the Department of Defense’s Defense Innovation Unit Experimental, which trialed its BioTracker technology last year. The company says it has also recently attained new clients in the financial and energy sectors, with the latter including a contract concerning “a critical infrastructure power plant.”
July 13, 2018 – by Alex Perala