Confidential information is coming under increasing threat.
Executives are feeling a heightened sense of vulnerability to fraud, cyber, and security risks
Businesses report all-time high levels of fraud, cyber,
and security incidents during 2017
All-Time High Incidence
The incidence of Fraud continued to climb this year. Overall, 84% of surveyed executives report their company fell victim to at least one instance of fraud in the past 12 months, up from 82% in 2016. This represents a continuous, year-in-year rise since 2012, when the reported incidence was 61%.
Having already reported a “new normal” incidence level of 85% in 2016, this year 86% of surveyed executives said that their company experienced a cyber incident or information/data theft, loss, or attack in the last 12 months. In some countries and industries, however, the number verges on nearly 100%.
70% of respondents reported the occurrence of at least one security incident at their company during the last year, up from the reported 68% incidence level in 2016.
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10th Annual Edition - 2017/18
FROM THE REPORT
Our Experts Share Their Insights
Are We Winning the Battle Against Bribery and Corruption?
Tracing Concealed Assets in Fraud Investigations, Arbitration Awards, and Judgments
Infrastructure Investment in Emerging Markets – Mitigating the Risks
When It Comes to Information Security, Employees Can Be Your Most Important Asset and Your Greatest Threat
The Hidden Threats in Your Supply Chain
Training, Technology, and Tone from the Top: Remedies for Stemming Data Loss in Healthcare
Asian Investment in the US – Navigating the Convergence of Increased Regulatory and Commercial Risk with Investment Opportunities
Engaging the Board in Cyber Security Policies
REGIONS & INDUSTRIES OVERVIEW
The map shows the percentage of respondents based in each country or region whose companies experienced fraud, cyber, or security incidents in the last 12 months. Hover over location to view regional summary.
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