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This looks like a classic "domain lookalike" fraud or phishing incident, unusual only in that it involves an IT audit organization. The fraudsters are evidently looking for new/softer targets having milked the naive customers of most financial institutions for all they are worth. I guess trademark infringement may be enough for ISACA to get the copycat sites shut down ... eventually ...
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