SEC typically refers to U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission which "protects investors in the $3.8 trillion municipal securities markets that cities and towns rely on to provide neighborhood schools, local libraries and hospitals, public parks, safe drinking water and so much more". But it can also refer to the security and exchange regulation bodies of other countries.

Director of National Intelligence Warns US SEC of China’s Cryptocurrency Dominance
National Intelligence Director John Ratcliffe has warned the US Securities and Exchange Commission that China’s cryptocurrency dominance could put the US at a disadvantage.
Nigeria Eyes New Regulatory Framework to Boost Crypto and Blockchain Adoption
Nigeria’s Ministry of Finance is collaborating with the nation’s capital market watchdog, to provide a new regulatory environment for the blockchain and crypto space.
Several Cryptocurrency Firms Suffer Domain Cyber-Attacks Due to GoDaddy Employee Error
Malicious actors gained control of domains owned by several cryptocurrency firms after tricking GoDaddy employees.
NiceHash Keeps Promise to Reimburse Victims of 2017 Security Breach
NiceHash is making good on its promise to repay victims of the 2017 security breach of its exchange, which saw over 4640 BTC stolen ($55,680,000 in Bitcoin at the time).
Thailand SEC Revises its Net Capital Rules In Favor of Crypto Backed Firms
Thailand’s Securities and Exchange Commission has made an upward review of its net capital requirement for the securities firm in the country with crypto ties.
Origin DeFi Protocol Loses $7 Million to Hacker in Security Breach
Origin Protocol is the latest DeFi platform to lose $7 million due to hacking. The company has said that it is working to restore the stolen funds.
Twitter Hires Former Hacker Peiter 'Mudge' Zatko as Head of Security
Following the high-profile security breach witnessed in July this year, Twitter has hired former hacker Peiter 'Mudge' Zatko as its new head of security.
MIT Cybersecurity Experts Warn Against Use of Blockchain Voting Systems
MIT Cybersecurity experts have said that blockchain-based mobile voting systems are vulnerable to serious failures.
SEC Chair Jay Clayton to Leave the Commission by Year End—Implications for the Future of Crypto
SEC's Jay Clayton is set to leave the commission by year-end after three and a half years in office. What could this mean for the crypto industry?
US DHS Cybersecurity Official Expects to be Fired in Trump’s Post-Election Purge for Debunking Fake News
A United States Homeland cybersecurity official, Christopher Krebs expects to be cut in President Trump’s post-election purge for proactively debunking disinformation.

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