VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA—Canada’s Department of National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces (DND/CAF) this week awarded cybersecurity company Plurilock a
Plurilock is the global leader in
advanced, frictionless authentication.
We enable organizations to reach compliance, achieve leadership in their verticals, and drive productivity and morale—all while computing with peace of mind.
Plurilock’s solutions use patented behavioral-biometrics and layered identity signals for high security.
Plurilock solutions are either invisible to users, run silently in the background during work, or both.
Plurilock relies on numerical analysis and machine learning, not biographical or identifying data.
the plurilock story
How We Got Here
In the early 2000s, a small team of researchers at the University of Victoria discovered a novel technique for biometric identity verification.
Unlike traditional forms of biometric identification, this technique didn’t rely detailed measurements of the shapes and sizes of body parts like fingertips, facial bones, retinal tissue.
Instead, it used new machine learning technologies to identify users based on tiny yet entirely individual patterns in everyday movements.
This breakthrough provided distinctive, radical benefits over traditional biometric technologies.
Because it didn’t measure bodies and couldn’t ever be traced back to a name and biography, it wasn’t invasive of personal privacy. And the movement data that it analyzed was far harder than a fingerprint to steal or impersonate.
Even better, by observing motion over time, it could silently, continuously confirm identity.
The team applied this “behavioral-biometric” science to the movements involved in computer use—mouse and keyboard activity to start—and a new, advanced form authentication for computing systems was born.
Patents were applied for and received, a company was spun out of the research lab, U.S. and Canadian defense contracts were signed, and the product was brought to market.
The name of the new company? You guessed it: Plurilock.
Who We Are
Today Plurilock boasts a world-class senior team and management with decades of B2B, technology, and hot startup expertise.
A serial entrepreneur, Ian was founder and CEO of Exapik, a data monetization marketplace. Before that, he led the enterprise data science division at venture-backed analytics firm Terapeak, later acquired by eBay.
Why Join Us
Plurilock’s sunny, plant-filled downtown office is located in the heart of the technology district in Victoria, British Columbia.
We work hard, drink lots of coffee, and wear nerdy t-shirts. We have posters on our walls from around the world, representing each of our employees. We get together for team lunches on Fridays.
What's Happening Now
VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA (PRWEB) Plurilock CEO Ian Paterson has been named a top founder by Metabridge, an exclusive Canadian association
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Where You’ll Find Us
We’re in the heart of downtown Victoria, in beautiful British Columbia, Canada. Keen to visit? Victoria is a 30-minute plane ride—or a picturesque ferry ride along the coast—from downtown Vancouver. We’d love to see you. Drop by soon!
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