Cybercrime to be most disruptive in the next 2 years- PwC study

[IT News Africa] - 15/05/2018

A study conducted by PwC has revealed that a quarter of South African businesses believe that cybercrime will be the most disruptive economic crime to affect their organisations in the next two years. The 2018 PwC Global Economic Crime and Fraud Survey found that South Africa has the dubious (...)


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