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Chart showing security culture change in five industries between 2016 and 2017.
Changes in Security Culture over time

Measuring changes in security culture over time, we show how some industries are improving and where others are not.

The 2018 CLTRe Industry Benchmarks for Security Culture
2018 Security Culture Industry Benchmarks

Security culture benchmarking provides insight into how culture maturity compares, for example, companies can compare their overall score by industry,…

Digitalization and global security culture

In this year’s security culture report, CLTRe analyze the security culture scores of 20,000+ employees, speaking 7 languages and from 4 industry sectors, over 2 years to understand the differences in how they understand, relate to and use security in their organizations.

The cropped title page of the Security Culture Report by CLTRe AS
Press release: Risky behaviors are threatening digitalization projects

The Security Culture Report 2018 reveals that security behaviors are poor across most industry sectors in Europe and the Unites States regardless of the employees attitudes towards security. In the largest study on security culture to date, the Norwegian software company CLTRe AS reveals data from more than 20 000 employees, across seven languages.

Weakest link or human firewall, measuring matters

A long-held belief in security exists that views humans as the weakest link. The trend has been backed by social…

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