Source: Plurilock.
  • Plurilock Announces Chief Financial Officer Transition
  • Roland C. Sartorias was with the company for five years and has decided to pursue other business interests
  • The company is looking for a new CFO through a sub-committee that the Board of Directors put together
  • Sartorias grew the company from $500k in 2017 to a current run rate of over $60M
  • Plurilock Security (PLUR) is trading at C$0.16 at 10:31 am EDT

Plurilock Security’s (PLUR) Roland C. Sartorius is stepping down as Chief Financial Officer & Corporate Secretary.

Sartorias was with the company for five years and has decided to pursue other business interests.

He joined Plurilock in 2017, and will continue to stay with the company till April 2023 to allow for a smooth transition of his responsibilities.

Currently, the company is looking for a new CFO through a sub-committee that the Board of Directors put together.

Ian L. Paterson, CEO of Plurilock, stated, “On behalf of our Board and our entire team, I want to thank Roland for his many contributions over the past five and half years. He was instrumental in growing company revenues of $500k in 2017 to a current run rate of over $60M.”

Roland C. Sartorius commented, “Plurilock is a special place, full of passionate, high-performing, talented staff. As a meaningful shareholder, I’m excited to watch the company’s success and continued growth.”

Plurilock provides identity-centric cybersecurity for today’s workforces.

The Plurilock family of companies enables organizations to operate safely and securely while reducing cybersecurity friction.

Plurilock Security (PLUR) is trading at C$0.16 at 10:31 am EDT.

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