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Plurilock Security wins add-on order from a California state agency

Plurilock Security Inc (CVE:PLUR) (OTCQB:PLCKF) announced it has received an order worth US$180,000 on an existing contract with a California state agency, as part of the California Multiple Award Schedules (CMAS) agreement.  Under the CMAS contract order, Plurilock will deliver Proofpoint software and maintenance support to the US state agency.  The company said the contract demonstrates its ongoing efforts to provide local government organizations with quality cybersecurity solutions out of its California regional office. READ: Plurilock Security inks contract extension with US Special Operations Command  The CMAS program offers California state agencies access to several offerings, including information technology (IT) products and services, from qualified and competitive providers. Thus, California state and local agencies can utilize CMAS to solicit services to streamline the procurement process.  Plurilock added that by being a CMAS provider, it offers opportunities for the company to continue expansion in the state and local government sector. Victoria, British Columbia-based Plurilock Security is a cybersecurity company that provides multi-factor authentication (MFA) and true continuous authentication using AI-driven behavioral biometrics to confirm a user’s identity. Unlike competing MFA solutions, Plurilock does not require users to complete lengthy login workflows using mobile messaging or code generators and, unlike competing continuous authentication solutions, the company provides true full-workday authentication in the background. Contact Sean at sean@proactiveinvestors.com

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