Venice, FL - (NewMediaWire) - September 26, 2018 - Advanced Credit Technologies, Inc. ("CyberloQ" or the "Company") (OTCQB: ACRT) is pleased to announce the following update on the Company's business and information objectives going forward.

Advanced Credit Technologies (“ACRT”), software developers of the proprietary CyberloQ™ Multifactor Identity Verification cybersecurity solution, are pleased to announce the completion of the onboarding process into IT distribution and completion of a formal partnership with Miami based Kairos facial recognition software.

Kairos ( is a leader in artificial intelligence specializing in face recognition. Through computer vision and a deep learning model, Kairos can recognize faces in videos, photos and the real world, making it easier than ever to transform the way all types of businesses interact with people. CyberloQ’s identity verification application will offer a Kairos integrated solution and stand-alone CyberloQ branded facial recognition solutions to resellers through IT distribution.

ACRT’s President Chris Jackson says, “Our partnership with Kairos is strategically important for two very distinct reasons. First, and foremost, from a philosophical perspective both companies have identified the need to keep their customers personally identifiable and other private information anonymous by offering integration via API’s. That means both CyberloQ and Kairos will never store or collect any of their customer’s information on their servers. Secondly, facial recognition in combination with the CyberloQ identity verification solution app offers a veritable ‘silver bullet’ to the number one reason why companies and other institutions lose billions of dollars every year – identity fraud.  

“In addition, our distributor and strategic partnerships will provide ACRT with a solid platform to market the CyberloQ suite of Identity Verification solutions globally and gain exposure to the types of IT reseller and software integrators who specifically focus on security solutions. Cyber Security is projected to reach $281 billion dollars by 2021 and Identity Governance is a large part of that growth. We feel that partnering with both Karios and IT distribution are strategically sound decisions which will help ACRT capitalize on the type of rapid growth currently forecasted by industry experts in the Identity Verification space.”

Advanced Credit Technology (ACRT) is the developer of CyberloQ a proprietary Multifactor Authentication (MFA) Identity Verification Application. CyberloQ uses unique identifiers from any mobile device in combination with the user’s PIN or biometric markers and geofence. CyberloQ automatically disables a user’s account if they breech the secure perimeter. (see for more information).

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Chris Jackson