Exclusive: Kirill Ermakov Becomes Exness New Chief Security Officer

Exness, a global forex and CFDs broker, has announced today that Kirill Ermakov has been hired as its new Chief Security Officer (CSO), starting November 1. According to the press release exclusively with Finance Magnates, Ermakov will leverage his 15-years of experience in the field to oversee the security of the company’s systems and related tasks.

He’ll also be part of the global executive leadership team responsible for establishing the ‘Protection and Security’ units. “It is an honor to be part of such a great company, and I am really looking forward to contributing to its global plans of expansion and product development,” Ermakov commented. Prior to his new role as CSO in Exness, Ermakov worked in Qiwi, one of the biggest payment providers in Russia, responsible for creating and bolstering the anti-financial crime and anti-fraud systems, as well as its security architecture.

Moreover, he was employed for Positive Technologies and has been an active speaker who had participated in several conferences in the IT security field.

“Kirill Ermakov is an invaluable addition to our leadership team, and we are certain that he will add to the level of excellence and professionalism that all of us at Exness strive for. Kirill will play a substantial role in maintaining an advanced level of security and protection, both externally and internally, and also contribute in the development of more sophisticated and secure products,” Elena Krutova, Head of People Development and People Care at Exness, said on the appointment.

Recent Exness Metrics

Exness reported its key trading metrics for September, showing increased trading volume for yet another month. Traders last month carried out $947 billion worth of transactions, which is 7.6 percent more than the previous month, based on the broker’s figures. As reported by Finance Magnates, this is the second-highest monthly trading volume reported by the broker after it peaked in July.

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