Do you ever feel like you keep running round the same old ground, repeating the same thing over and over? Well, welcome to me life right now, because I’m here to tell you, as I do every week, that Plurilock Security (PLUR.V) has received a purchase order from yet another government agency in California.
This time, Plurilock will be providing a county government with cybersecurity software and maintenance for $120,000.
Today, Plurilock Security received a purchase order from (insert California government body) for (insert dollar amount) to provide (insert high-quality Plurilock protection software). This is a (insert synonym of big) deal, and continues to show Plurilock’s strength in California, the home of Big Tech. (Insert why this specific government entity needs cyber protection.)
This time, Plurilock will be providing a county government with cybersecurity software and maintenance for $120,000. This is a huge deal, as local governments are becoming more popular targets for ransomware attacks. In 2019, Baltimore refused to pay a ransom after a cyber attack brought them to their knees, which ultimately cost them $18 million USD. Ransomware attacks on local and state governments have been growing in recent years, and cost them over $18 billion USD in 2020.
Well, there are plenty of counties in California too. In fact, there are 58, so there are still 57 potential customers out there for Plurilock to snag.
Last week I noted that there were plenty of California state agencies to go around, so there was a big pond of potential customers for Plurilock to keep fishing in. Well, there are plenty of counties in California too. In fact, there are 58, so there are still 57 potential customers out there for Plurilock to snag.
Following today’s news, Plurilock’s shares are up half a cent and are trading at $0.46.
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