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The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has announced that it will bolster the size of its enforcement units that target crypto assets and cyber-related threats.
The unit, formerly known as the cyber unit, will be renamed as the crypto assets and cyber unit and will continue to reside in the Division of Enforcement. It will also gain 20 additional team members, taking the unit’s total headcount to 50.
These additional roles will include fraud analysts, supervisors, investigative staff attorneys, and trial counsels, and are expected to focus on investigating violations related to crypto asset offerings, exchanges, lending and staking productions, as well as decentralized finance platforms, non-fungible tokens, and stablecoins.
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