Growing up with digital tech has meant the millennial generation is more comfortable with sharing their data, but it has left them likely victims of financial fraud
Fighting Fraud 2019
Insurance fraud in the UK is on the rise, in 2018 alone UK insurance fraud cases reached a combined value of £17 million, almost £5m more from 2017. The Fighting Fraud special report, published in The Times, explores the cost of fraud for various global industries, Brexit causing UK fraud concerns to rise, and the dark side of medical image manipulation. It examines the importance to educate and caution younger generations on financial risks with online data sharing and emerging technologies that help to combat the rise in cybercrime. Finally, it covers the real cost of cybercrime through an infographic looking at what companies stand to lose with poor cybersecurity.
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