On May 20, NYDFS Superintendent Adrienne A. Harris emphasized the role regulation plays in protecting consumers from cybercriminals in the virtual currency marketplace. According to Harris, NYDFS is committed to mitigating risks in this space by guarding against sanctions evasion and illicit activity and making sure corporate infrastructure and consumer data are well protected from bad actors. Harris stressed that NYDFS “will continue to improve upon [its] regulation and supervision; engage with key stakeholders on important trends and issues; collaborate with state, federal and international regulators; and strive to be a forward-looking, innovative regulator, including through [its] VOLT initiative,” which supports the department’s efforts to increase transparency and enhance supervision related to virtual currency.
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