Numen Cyber Technology, a Singapore-based cybersecurity company specializing in Web3 security solutions, recently announced that it is cooperating with Binance, the world’s leading blockchain ecosystem. As part of the technical cooperation, Numen will work with Binance to further bolster the security of the Binance ecosystem.
Numen will provide security capabilities for the Binance ecosystem across various areas, including conducting smart contract audits of on-chain projects. Binance will also leverage Numen’s expertise in threat detection and response, as well as its security event analysis and backtracking, to prevent potential economic losses caused by security attacks.
Furthermore, both companies will conduct Web3 security research aimed at functionally improving the security levels of Binance and its related projects to eliminate any potential security risks and vulnerabilities within its ecosystem.
As the Web3 threat landscape rapidly evolves, the technical cooperation between Binance and Numen is intended to continue to strengthen the security of the Binance ecosystem and help to restore the public’s confidence in the safety of the Web3 industry.
About Numen Cyber
Numen Cyber Technology is a Singapore-based cybersecurity company specializing in Web3 security solutions. The organization has discovered critical vulnerabilities in some of the world’s most well-known Web3 projects, including Aptos, Sui, Eos, Ripple and Tron.
With its Cyber Labs team comprising the world’s top security experts, it offers Web3 security services that can comprehensively cover all stages of a Web3 project’s lifecycle, such as security audits for smart contracts, public blockchains, smart wallets and exchanges.
Numen also offers on-chain smart contract threat detection and response, Web3 security situational awareness, digital currency tracing and Web3 threat intelligence to protect the digital asset security of Web3 projects and their users.
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