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More than a quarter (26 percent) of European operators have seen fraud rise since the abolition of roaming charges within the EU in June, new research shows.
Cabinet Office says year-on-year hike from £29.7m to £73.6m is evidence of increased scrutiny
Fraud prevention service Cifas says there were a record 89,000 cases of identity theft in the first half of this year
Younger people increasingly targeted as fraudulent applications against over 60s drop
Annual crime figures from the Office for National Statistics found that reported crime figures fell from 10,850 in the year 2015-2016, to 8692 in 2016-2017.
More than five million cases of fraud and computer misuse offences were recorded in England and Wales in a single year, according to new figures published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
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.
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