Global economic crime survey 2011

PwC's biennial Global Economic Crime Survey, in its sixth year with almost 4000 respondents from organizations in 78 countries, is the most comprehensive global survey of economic crime available to businesses. Also included is the United States supplement to the 2011 Global Economic Crime Survey, which provides a more in-depth discussion of the issues identified by executives based in the United States. We have turned the spotlight to cybercrime this year, and took an in-depth look at the scale of cyber risk and understanding the trends behind such criminal activity. This supplement explores areas such as:
  • Cybercrime rising along with global connectivity
  • Global regulation and risk
  • Internal and external risk threats
  • US and global corruption environments
  • Emerging cyber security trends

For further insight into the areas discussed in our survey, please access the following thought leadership pieces: