NetClean develops world-leading technology solutions that protect businesses IT environments against child sexual abuse material, safeguarding against crime in the workplace. The NetClean Report – COVID-19 Impact 2020, is the sixth report from NetClean on child sexual abuse crime.

The first part of the NetClean Report – COVID-19 Impact 2020 looks at how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected child sexual abuse (CSA) crime. Section two of the report looks at why businesses and organisations choose to address child sexual abuse material (CSAM) in corporate environments.

Find the NetClean reports dating back to 2015 below.

More information on NetClean can be found here.

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