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86 percent of Chinese companies experienced fraud in 2016

Anuradha Shukla | Jan. 18, 2017
One third of the respondents in China named senior or middle management as key perpetrators of fraud, according to Kroll's report.

The study also revealed that China had the highest incidence globally of customer records (82%) being targeted in cyber-attacks, which is more than double of the global incidence average. Other popular targets were trade secrets and R&D or intellectual property.

Commissioned to Forrester Consulting, the 2016/17 Kroll Annual Global Fraud and Risk Report is based on the opinions of 545 senior executives worldwide across multiple industries. Twenty percent of the respondents were from the Asia Pacific region. Respondents were asked about their perceptions of and experiences with cyber and physical security risk.  


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