CyberloQ Technologies, Inc. Strengthens its Advisory Board with the Addition of Veteran Technology Growth Expert to Coordinate Product Launch and Delivery Services of its Proprietary MFA Platform

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Sarasota, FL – (NewMediaWire) – October 18, 2022 – CyberloQ Technologies, Inc. (“CyberloQ” or the “Company”) ( CLOQ ), a global provider of custom multi-factor authentication and authorization security solutions, is pleased to announce the appointment of growth expert Cary Strange to its advisory board.

As we round out our team of industry experts, CyberloQ welcomes Mr. Cary Strange to its board of advisors. Chris Jackson states, “Cary brings a seasoned career within the payments industry and his credentials speak for themselves. Our timing couldn’t be better as we have received tremendous response from the announcement of our collaborative partnership with Pannovate. The Pannovate partnership has generated tremendous interest from around the world, in multiple verticals, such as banking, MFA/security, and fintech, just to name a few. We are quite excited that Cary will help us drive success through Pannovate and other strategic channels.”

Strange has held senior executive positions at industry leaders such as QRails, Insperity, Brinks Money, and PEX Card. He has helped many of these organizations build out their revenue operations including strategy, product alignment, sales, marketing, and business development. Strange adds, “I am looking forward to contributing to the success of CyberloQ. According to the 2022 AFP report, 71% of businesses are victims of a payment fraud attempt. Mastercard also reported that there was over $28B in card fraud in 2020 alone. CyberloQ’s solutions can help detect and mitigate much of this fraud well before it happens.”

About CyberloQ

CyberloQ is a leading provider of custom multi-factor authentication (MFA) and authorization protocol solutions. Through its intuitive API-based proprietary platform, CyberloQ combines geofencing, AI, and other MFA technologies, to allow companies to efficiently integrate these into their existing technology infrastructure.

Chris Jackson

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