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Why security awareness and security culture are not the same thing

In a conversation related to my recent blogpost, How can we improve security culture, if security awareness training programs are…

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How can we improve security, if security awareness training programs are not yielding results?

Security awareness and security culture must be measured in order to understand and manage change. The security awareness industry has never been able to provide independent measures of the effectiveness of training programs.

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CLTRe Insights: demonstrate changes in security culture

CLTRe Insights has a powerful analytics engine which means it is able to provide an array of different reports to show the changes to the organization as a whole, or by drilling down on a specific business unit, department or team, for example. The value of being able to measure security culture repeatedly becomes quite clear when looking at the results.

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Retail and Wholesale Trade Security Culture Industry Benchmark 2018

Good security culture is increasingly mission critical as digitaliation in the sector continues. This year CLTRe share the first global Security Culture Benchmark for the retail and wholesale trade sector.

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Comparing Security Culture by Language Spoken

Compare security culture across languages and locations to identify areas to improve organizational security.

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