- This is the first offline event from Binance since the beginning of the war
- It was attended by regulators, the National Police and cyber experts
- The company taught how to fight crypto-crime
Crypto exchange Binance held training seminars for regulators and security officials of Ukraine. It is part of a global anti-crypto crime program.
So, the classes were held in Kyiv and took 5 days. They were attended by employees of the Cyber Police, the SBU, the Ministry of Digital Development and the National Commission for Securities and the Stock Market.
Seminars were conducted by two leading experts. One of them is Jarek Yakubcek, Head of Law Enforcement Training at Binance. And the second mentor is Melanie Lefebvre, senior trainer of the LE training department.
During the program, participants mastered the fundamental concepts of blockchain and cryptocurrencies. Binance has shared its tools that allow you to investigate crimes on the blockchain.
“During the war, the country faces daily challenges. Including financial crimes that threaten the stability and security of the Ukrainian economy. Binance is committed to working with local regulators and law enforcement on this matter. This is important to protect the country on the digital front.
Despite the hostilities, our international team, after many online events, went to Kyiv. We will continue to strengthen partnerships with local law enforcement.” Kirill Khomyakov, General Manager of Binance Ukraine and Central Europe, said.
In March, Binance held an online training for the SBU, cyber police and ARMA.
In total, over the past year, Binance Investigations has organized over 70 cyber and financial crime workshops. They took place in different countries online and live.