Plurilock Security, a leading provider of invisible and continuous authentication technologies for enterprises, today announced the availability of a new Plurilock mobile app for iOS and Android.Going forward, the Company will include the new mobile app as a standard part of ADAPT, Plurilock's invisible multi-factor authentication (“MFA”) product which uses behavioral-biometrics and machine learning to identify users based on distinct movement patterns in their typing style.Under normal circumstances, ADAPT enables authentication without the need for SMS codes, USB authenticators, or other, more cumbersome types of MFA available on the market today. The Company's new mobile apps will enable organizations to authenticate users even when ADAPT's behavioral-biometric technology is unable to confirm a user's identity-for example, in cases in which a minor injury has temporarily affected the way that a user types.”Plurilock's mobile app complements ADAPT and enhances its ability to identify users under different circumstances, resulting in ADAPT being a stand-alone login authentication solution,” says Ian L. Paterson, CEO of Plurilock Security Inc. “Organizations no longer need to consider other alternatives for back-up authentication to overcome situations in which users cannot authenticate themselves biometrically. We are pleased to offer this functionality to our clients going forward.”