CRYPTOSEC is the one-stop service for evaluating and securing the cybersecurity aspects of your blockchain-based projects.
CRYPTOSEC provides real-time cyber threat responses, ICO security audits, smart contract audits, security certification, escrow and key management services, and forensic investigation of cryptocurrency thefts. At CRYPTOSEC, we continuously monitor and study all cyber incidents in the cryptocurrency industry, and analyze and register them in our internal intelligence database.
Our solutions are built by cybersecurity veterans, continuously consulting with our penetration testers and security research teams. Our experience in defensive and offensive cyber threat mitigation allows us to effectively secure our customers’ data and crypto assets.
Our multinational security specialists have one or more of the following cybersecurity certifications:
- OSCP – Offensive Security Certified Professional
- ECSA – EC-Council Certified Security Analyst
- GPEN – GIAC Certified Penetration Tester
- CEPT – Certified Expert Penetration Tester
- CISSP - Certified Information Systems Security Professional
- CBP – Certified Bitcoin Professional
- CBCP – Certified Blockchain Professional
Our team members also hold the following cryptocurrency certifications:
During 2016-2017, we successfully audited over 50 ICO projects, including but not limited to:
Hackers have stolen roughly 58 billion yen ($532.60 million) from Tokyo-based cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck, raising questions about security and regulatory protection in the emerging market of digital assets. What Is NEM? NEM is a cryptocurrency launched in March 2015 by […]
Cryptocurrency mining marketplace NiceHash has confirmed that yesterday’s hack resulted in the loss of over 4,700 BTC, an amount worth more than $78 million at press-time prices. In a video update streamed live on Facebook, CEO and co-founder Marko Kobal […]
An anonymous Pastebin user claimed to have discovered evidence that some Bitcoin wallet software can generate private keys that can be easily identified and hacked. The reveal comes after another person has made a Reddit post describing how they lost […]
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