A new ISACA survey of 600 individuals in the cybersecurity fields found that while 74 percent were expecting to be hacked, only 67 percent felt “prepared to respond,” Associations Now reports. Cyberattacks in the form of advanced persistent threats (APT) “have become the norm,” said ISACA CEO Matt Loeb. “All organizations, regardless of their size, where they’re located or what industry they’re in, have to be prepared to deal with these things … There isn’t anybody that isn’t vulnerable. So when we talk about these things, it’s not a matter of if I’m going to be attacked, it’s a matter of when.”
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