Source: Plurilock Security.
  • Plurilock (PLUR) signed a contract renewal for its cybersecurity software with an overseas healthcare provider
  • The overseas customer offers healthcare services through its private chain of hospitals
  • The Plurilock platform includes single sign-on authentication, password policy and self-password reset
  • Plurilock Security (PLUR) opened trading at $0.16

Plurilock (PLUR) signed a contract renewal for its cybersecurity software with an overseas healthcare provider.

The overseas customer offers healthcare services through its private chain of hospitals.

The Plurilock platform includes single sign-on authentication, password policy and self-password reset.

Plurilock’s CEO, Ian L. Paterson was pleased to renew a contract for the company’s high-margin cybersecurity software with this overseas healthcare provider.

“The healthcare industry remains a popular target for cybercriminals, and we aim to help companies within this sector protect their employees from data breaches.”

Headquartered out of Vancouver, BC, Plurilock Security provides identity-centric cybersecurity for the workforce.

Plurilock Security (PLUR) opened trading at $0.16.

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