The UK’s Cyber Crime Police Officers are Being Poached by Crypto Firms

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The UK’s Cyber Crime Police Officers are Being Poached by Crypto Firms

In a stepping up of hiring efforts, crypto businesses are pursuing current and former police officers in the United Kingdom with luxurious pay (particularly those with experience investing in cyber crimes). According to a Bloomberg News story, several of the top crypto companies, such as Coinbase, Chainalysis, and Binance, are actively hiring law enforcement officers, giving them twice and triple their present wages to leave their employment. The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) states that «experienced cybercrime officers» and employees are leaving three to four times that of the rest of the force. The Council represents all of the United Kingdom’s armed forces. According to the NPCC, 15 former policing or law enforcement officials already work for notable crypto enterprises, which is expected to «substantially increase» in the coming year. In 2018, police chiefs in the United Kingdom pushed the government for funding to train 250 «crypto tactical advisors» in digital asset investigation and seizure. Crypto businesses and exchanges are in high demand for consultants, who are constantly threatened by hackers and changing worldwide rules. According to a Coinbase representative, Former cybercrime officers can play an «integral role» in keeping clients’ assets safe and secure. However, the poaching of highly trained cybercrime talent is exacting a toll on the United Kingdom, according to the report. At this rate, Gould argues, the country «can’t afford to lose such highly talented staff.»


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