2013 HTCIA Cybercrime Survey
The High Technology Crime Investigation Association is pleased to release the 2013 edition of their annual Cybercrime Survey.
The objective of the 2013 Cybercrime Survey is to maintain an ongoing database allowing the HTCIA to track the changes in cybercrime investigations and training over a period of time. We invited individuals from numerous industries to participate and provide their insight on the current and future state of cybercrime investigations. The participants are members of local, state, and federal law enforcement and government agencies as well as those working in the private sector.
With this diverse sampling we are able to provide a valuable perspective on topics such as investigator tenure, department size and budget, training quality and opportunities, and caseloads and backlogs. The participants also shared with us the challenges they are currently facing and what they believe will be issues in the near future. The survey consisted of 40 questions and was open from September 2013 through January 2014. The 2013 survey includes the responses from 152 respondents.
The report can be downloaded in PDF format from the following link – https://htcia.org/wp-content/uploads/2013-Cybercrime-Suvey.pdf
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