Global Economic Crime Survey 2011 (GECS)
South African Report
The PwC Global Economic Crime Survey (GECS) remains the most comprehensive research programme into economic crime in the world and is conducted every two years. The 2011 survey addresses various forms of economic crime, but puts the spotlight on cybercrime.
Questions explored in the South African report:
- Which categories of economic crime are most prevalent in South Africa?
- Are South African organisations ready to address the risks of cybercrime?
- Which detection methods are becoming more effective at detecting economic crime?
- What action are South African organisations taking against perpetrators of economic crime?
Previous Editions of Global Economic Crime Survey