Plurilock, an identity-centric cybersecurity solution provider for workforces, is pleased to announce the filing of two provisional patent applications with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, extending its patent portfolio of new advancements in continuous authentication technology.The first application documents new techniques for utilizing behavioral biometrics in forensic analysis of insider threats, a key cyber concern for workforces. The second application covers enhancements to Plurilock's invisible authentication technology, which would broaden the situations in which it can be used while ensuring its robustness in today's multi-modal and increasingly remote work environments. Overall, the patent applications are expected to enhance Plurilock's core technology and capabilities, as well as enable new pathways for the Company to provide enhanced security to its clients.”These patents represent our continued investment in R&D to stay on the cutting edge of identity-centric solutions for workforces,” said Ian L. Paterson, CEO of Plurilock. “Our customers benefit by using the latest technology, and our partners benefit by being able to offer competitive, innovative solutions that their competitors do not have.”