Adjusting the lens on economic crime
Crime continues to forge new paths into business. Regulatory compliance adds stress and burden to responsible organizations. The increasingly complicated landscape challenges the balance between resources and growth.
In our US version of the 2016 Global Economic Crime Survey, we dive into the experiences and insights of 328 organizations; points of view from C-Suite leaders (26%), Senior executives and VPs (37%), publicly-traded companies (66% of our respondents); and companies of all sizes and across all industries.
Our survey results look into the strategically critical areas of cybercrime, ethics & compliance and anti-money laundering programs — and challenges you to adjust your lens on economic crime.
“Our experience has taught us that if your organization hasn’t created and thoroughly tested, repeatedly, a cyber incident response plan across all business areas and personnel, as well as performed simulations of cyberattacks, you won’t do a good job of responding when it occurs for real. We see over and over that it is very difficult to make good decisions when you’re responding to a real attack in the heat of the moment.”
Global Economic Crime & Fraud Survey Leader, PwC US
Manny A. Alas
Partner, Global FCPA Leader, PwC US