Congratulations! OAG’s Chief of Investigations graduated with a Master’s in Cybersecurity

December 28th, 2023

Majuro, Marshall Islands: The Office of the Auditor-General (OAG) is pleased to announce that Chief of Investigations, Jaston Anjain, graduated from Edith Cowan University in Perth, Western Australia with a Master of Cybersecurity degree under an Australia Awards Scholarship.

As Chief of Investigations, Mr. Anjain’s primary responsibility is to lead, manage, and conduct all investigations into allegations of fraud, waste, and abuse of public funds that are within the jurisdiction of OAG to investigate. Under Mr. Anjain’s leadership, OAG has conducted a number of investigations and referred to appropriate authorities for further legal (criminal) proceedings and/or administrative sanctions. In addition to this great accomplishment, Mr. Anjain had yet other accomplishments years prior when he became a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), accredited by the ACFE, the world’s largest anti-fraud organization. CFEs are trained professionals who possess a unique set of diverse skills in preventing, detecting, and investigating fraud. In addition, Mr. Anjain also specializes in computer forensics, as an EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE).

The OAG would like to congratulate Mr. Anjain on this great achievement and recognize him with great admiration for his dedication to the OAG and the people of the Marshall Islands. The OAG would like to also thank the Government of Australia for the scholarship awards and the RMI Public Service Commission for granting educational leave for Mr. Anjain during his studies.

Mr. Jaston Anjain receiving his Master of Cybersecurity degree at the Edith Cowen University.


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