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Security Culture Benchmark
Using benchmarking to improve security culture

Improving security culture can be a challenging task, especially when lacking deep insights into the areas that need improvements. Benchmarking…

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ENISA recommends measuring security culture using the CLTRe Toolkit

Press Release: Oslo, February 7th, 2018 In their report Cyber Security Culture in Organisations, ENISA, the European Union Agency for…

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Men are ten times more likely to display risky cyber behaviors than women

A man is almost ten times more prone to risky use of computers than a woman, according to “Gender, Risk and Security”, a report highlighting the importance of gender balance in risk management strategy, published by CLTRe last year.

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