Binance has announced the official launch of its "Global Law Enforcement Training Program" for cooperation with agencies on a global scale.
For several years now, Binance has been playing an important role as the big brother of the crypto industry, helping to return funds to users who have been victims of theft, fraud or hacking. But now they are striving for more with the help of an e-crime training program.
On September 27, Binance announced the official launch of its "Global Law Enforcement Training Program", created to help law enforcement agencies combat financial and electronic crimes related to cryptocurrencies or digital assets.
According to Binance's statements, the training program is led by a team of highly qualified specialists, including security experts and former law enforcement officers who helped destroy criminal platforms such as Silkroad and Hydra.
Binance offers one-day training programs that include intensive face-to-face seminars on blockchain, cryptocurrencies, legal issues and anti-money laundering policies.
Fighting crime in all countries
Since last year, Binance has been training its own electronic and cybercrime investigation team together with various law enforcement officers from Argentina, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Israel, the Netherlands, the Philippines, Sweden, South Korea, the UK and others.