“Cybercrime keeps climbing” was the key finding of the 2016 Global Economic Crime Survey recently completed by PwC. In fact, the survey results show cybercrime “jumping from 4th to 2nd place among the most-reported types of economic crimes .” While organizations are embracing new ways to make their operations digital for efficiency and effectiveness, criminals are becoming progressively more skilled at obtaining valuable information. As a result, cybercrimes such as phishing, ransomware, hacking, identify theft and malware are on the rise.
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