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Cryptocurrency users must constantly remain vigilant to avoid scams and hacks. Without this, they can at any time lose money or become victims of data theft. In this context, the cryptocurrency exchange has decided to strengthen the protection of its users’ data. Find out how proceeded to achieve its goal. , crypto called on Deloitte to carry out a Type II compliance audit of the Organization Control (SOC) 2 Service. Indeed, the purpose of this operation was to verify how the platform protects the data of its users. The audit also made it possible to evaluate the functioning of the control system put in place. It allowed to test the internal rules of the exchange. They were then used to allow the platform to comply with standard security practices.

With this audit, the exchange has obtained SOC 2 Type II certification. Jason Lau, director of information security at , spoke about the usefulness of this certification. He explained that the latter has strengthened the security and confidentiality of data on the platform.

Jason Lau claimed: “ With the ever-changing threat landscape, we will continue to ensure that we maintain the highest level of data security and privacy so that our customers can feel confident and trust our products. ». « SOC 2 is an international level security assessment criterion and complies with highly regulated industries such as the financial sector ”, he added. has strengthened its security level by carrying out a Type II compliance audit of the Organization Control Service (SOC) 2. Kris Marszalek, the CEO of , promised that the platform will continue to invest aggressively to remain reliable. intends to maintain “the highest security and privacy standards in the industry”.

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