Global ICT professional association ISACA says security incidents around the world are growing in number, with 46% of respondents to its recent survey saying they believe that their enterprises are experiencing an increase in attacks relative to last year.
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Fewer than one-third of organisations can accurately predict the impact of threats and vulnerabilities associated with emerging tech, despite facing increased risks over the past year, according to research from the global ICT professional association ISACA, CMMI Institute and Infosecurity Group.
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