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Share of respondents whose organizations do not use technology to monitor the following economic crimes from 2015 to 2017
Lack of technology in monitoring economic crimes in Malaysian organizations 2015-2017
This statistic shows the share of respondents in Malaysia whose organizations did not use technology to monitor the following types of economic crimes and/or fraud from 2015 to 2017. During the period surveyed, anti-trust and anti-competitive breaches were the least likely to be monitored through technology in organizations in Malaysia, with 46 percent of respondents stating that their organizations did not use technology for monitoring this type of crime. In comparison, ten percent of respondents stated that their organizations did not use technology to monitor cyber attacks or vulnerabilities.
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Source

Release date

August 2018

Region

Malaysia

Survey time period

June 21 to September 28, 2017

Number of respondents

124 respondents

Special properties

Respondents were made up of management executives from 19 industries

Supplementary notes

The survey question was as follows: "To what extent do you use technology to monitor fraud and/or economic crime in the following areas?"
Respondents could choose from the following:
1. Primary monitoring technique
2. Part of a wider programme of monitoring
3. Do not use technology for monitoring.
4. Don't know.

Lack of technology in monitoring economic crimes in Malaysian organizations 2015-2017
This statistic shows the share of respondents in Malaysia whose organizations did not use technology to monitor the following types of economic crimes and/or fraud from 2015 to 2017. During the period surveyed, anti-trust and anti-competitive breaches were the least likely to be monitored through technology in organizations in Malaysia, with 46 percent of respondents stating that their organizations did not use technology for monitoring this type of crime. In comparison, ten percent of respondents stated that their organizations did not use technology to monitor cyber attacks or vulnerabilities.
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