Australia is emerging as a global cybercrime and money laundering hot spot
17 May 2016

Corporate Australia reports seeing more local economic crime than the rest of the world.

More than half (52%) of the companies surveyed by PwC for a major study experienced economic crime in the last two years compared to the global average of 36%.

Cybercrime is now the number one economic crime in Australia followed by asset misappropriation and then procurement fraud, according to the Australian edition of PwC’s 2016 Global Economic Crime Survey.

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