Binance Appoints Ex-detective as Director of Audit and Investigations

Binance continues to grow in this new era of crypto adoption, and to make sure that the exchange is well equipped with modern regulations and regulatory insight, Binance has acquired a new director for audit and investigation. Aron Akbiyikian is a well-renowned digital media analyst and forensic expert, and he has taken charge as the director of the audit and investigation at Binance. The primary role of Aron as the director of audit and investigation would be to ensure the safety of all Binance users and keeping the exchange up-to-date with the current regulatory standards of the crypto industry.

At the time of taking charge, Aron was given an additional set of responsibilities which included the classification and identification of malicious actors who very much so attempt to take advantage of the crypto exchange through their malicious attempts. Aron would be in charge of monitoring and inspection of multiple venues and sectors of the exchange. This is all for the best, as crypto exchanges are being hit on a daily basis by hackers and cybercriminals who want to harm their reputation and acquire crypto tokens illegally. Aron has previously worked with Chainanalysis as the investigation head and was tasked with the consistent monitoring of data to find any unusual activity taking place and to take action against the unregistered activity.

Binance has Increased its Legal Team

In comparison with the previous director of audit and investigations, Aron has ten years of experience in forensics, data analytics, and the crypto industry, which makes him an incredibly delightful addition to the Binance team. Aaron has even shared his thoughts on the subject by saying that whenever the investigation team takes charge, their duty is to understand the weak links within their company’s digital infrastructure and to patch these up so that cybercriminals and hackers are cast out completely.

This makes the investigation head and team not only patch the system for the crypto exchange or company they are working at but also helping the whole crypto space becoming secure again. Continuous monitoring of platforms and taking action right then and there is what makes the crypto ecosystem safer and fulfills the hearts of users with confidence and security.

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