Advanced Credit Technologies, Inc. Officially Changes Corporate Name and Symbol to Better Reflect the Companys Direction Toward Cyber-Security
Venice, FL - ( NewMediaWire ) - January 08, 2020 - CyberloQ Technologies, Inc. (“CyberloQ” or the “Company”) ( CLOQ ) is pleased to announce the following update on the Company’s business and information objectives going forward.
Advanced Credit Technologies, Inc. ( ACRT ) has officially changed its Corporate name to CyberloQ Technologies, Inc. ( CLOQ ) as well as its trading symbol to better reflect our Cyber-Security direction for 2020 and beyond. The Company has multiple opportunities for CyberloQ in the Debit/Credit Card, Digital Payments space, in Europe and Asia to complement its domestic Pinnacle VISA Card platform in the U.S. In addition to that, we are introducing CyberloQ-Vault with several Title Companies who are sending sensitive data to multiple recipients via email to eliminate the risk of FRAUD. Email phishing and hacking of highly sensitive e-mails have also become a prevalent problem in Europe, Asia, as well as here in the U.S. The CyberloQ vault which is encrypted, would virtually replace this area of conventional vulnerability in emails, rendering would be hackers useless and eliminate the email process in its entirety.
The Company also has engaged in multiple re-seller agreements to cross-market several products in the Cyber-Security field.
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