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Key survey findings show all-time high incidence levels. Businesses reported all-time high levels of fraud (84%), cyber (86%), and security (70%) incidents.
Focusing on the number of fraud offences which were referred to the NFIB, it has been revealed that Essex had the highest rate of the crime per 1,000 population, with 9,987 offences reported from June 2016 to July 2017- up from 8,172 the previous year.
Fraud in the UK hit its highest level in 15 years in 2017, according to a new analysis, with financial services frauds quadrupling year-on-year.
The percentage of respondents reporting a general increase in ATM crime increased from 42% in 2016 to 54% in the 2017 annual global fraud and security survey.
Ethical culture and efforts to measure it are at the top of many board and audit committee agendas of late, and rightly so.
Despite overall fraud attempts falling 4% on the same period last year, gambling saw its highest-ever level, with Jumio reporting that fraud was 67% higher than the daily average for the rest of the year in Europe.
For the first time in several years, credit card fraud (the most common fraud form factor for retailers online) fell to 42 percent of total fraud during the holiday shopping weekend.
Almost two thirds of Scots worry about their credit or debit card details being stolen while they shop online, new research has found
Some reflections on the reductions to the Crime Survey England and Wales
A Callcredit survey of over 100 UK-based fraud prevention managers and directors has highlighted how the threat from fraud is growing larger and costlier for businesses, putting fraud professionals under increasing amounts of pressure.
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