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Young people are too quick to share their data and fail to check how it’s used, researchers find
Concern is perpetuated by the opinion of others and often it does not correspond to the actual likelihood of falling victim to an offence, academics said.
The aim of this PwC survey is to assess corporate attitudes towards fraud and economic crime in the current economic environment and the effect these are having on organizations’ business ethics and compliance programmes, and what types of fraud are most common.
Individuals lost an estimated £10 billion to fraud in 2016 while the private sector lost around £144 billion, according to the Annual Fraud Indicator.
Just 39% of young people are worried about becoming a victim of online fraud, study finds.
A shocking report by consumer watchdog Which? has found Warwickshire was the home of retail fraud
Which?’s analysis reveals that instances of reported fraud jumped more than 10 per cent to 264,204 in 2016, with startling differences across the country
Norfolk is a dating scams hotspot, Surrey succumbs to investment fraud and west and mid-Wales suffers cold calling computer cons, according to data from UK cyber-crime centre Action Fraud.
Based on a poll of 400 financial decision makers, the report concludes that concern over internal fraud has also risen - 138 per cent – compared to last year.
The online survey conducted by global consulting firm EY's Fraud Investment and Dispute Services on about 1,700 employees from large companies across Asia-Pacific, said that young working adults of the region are more likely to condone dishonest methods in order to "win and retain business."
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