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The members of the Information Systems Audit and Control Association are concerned about the dangers of cyber attacks in 2015, Computerworld Australia reported.
Of the 121 Australian and New Zealand members of the global IT association, 61% expect an attack on their business.
Around 43% of the Australian and New Zealand members said that they were prepared in case of an attack.
Meanwhile, 46% of 3,400 ISACA members worldwide said their organization is likely to be hit by a cyber attack in 2015.