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CLTRe IMPROVE

Build a stronger security culture and reduce human risk factors

Essential to every successful security culture programme is the capability to assess, build and improve security culture at every level within the organisation. This is why every CLTRe Toolkit administrator (regardless of which payment plan you’re subscribed to) is guaranteed access to CLTRe Improve. Based on how you score your security culture programme in the CISO assessment, CLTRe Improve makes recommendations (“action items”) on how you can build a stronger security culture and improve the overall security culture maturity level of your organisation.

Action Items

CLTRe Improve enables the administrator to evaluate his/her programme’s progress and makes helpful suggestions (recommended “action items”), based on the results of their own assessment, on how to create a better culture of security within their organisation. The useful hints and tips are automagically generated from the “CISO’s assessment” (accessed from CLTRe Discover).

An Infinite Resource

Every CLTRe Toolkit includes unlimited access to CLTRe Improve. Also, there is no limit on the number of times this assessment can be run, meaning that CLTRe Toolkit admins can evaluate their progress and review their action items as often as desired.

Indiscriminate of Maturity Level

CLTRe Improve uses your answers to create action items for you. Its suggestions help you to build a stronger security culture and improve the overall security culture maturity level of your organisation, regardless of whether your programme is still in development and underfunded or long-established and already budgeted for.

A Proven Process

Based on the proven process of the Security Culture Framework, the action items used and recommended by CLTRe Improve have helped over 600 organisations worldwide get more out of their programme. The SCF was made free and open to all by its creator, Kai Roer, (CLTRe co-founder) in 2012 and has since been made into an open-source community project which all are welcome to join and contribute to. (For more info, go to https://get.clt.re/framework.)

The CLTRe Toolkit is a SaaS built to help you assess, build and improve security culture.
Take the guess-work out of your security awareness programme and discover the true culture of your organisation!

The Seven Dimensions of Security Culture

The CLTRe Toolkit measures security culture on the following seven dimensions:
  • ATTITUDES*
    Employees’ feelings, thoughts and emotions about the various activities that pertain to security culture.
  • BEHAVIOUR*
    Actual or intended activities of employees that have direct or indirect impact on security culture and information security, including risk taking behavior.
  • COGNITION*
    Employees’ awareness knowledge and beliefs regarding practices, activities and self-efficacy that are related to security culture.
  • COMMUNICATION
    Employees’ feelings, thoughts and emotions about the various activities that pertain to security culture.
  • COMPLIANCE
    Awareness of existing organizational policies on information security, understanding and making significance of them, acting in line with them.
  • NORMS
    Unwritten expectations regarding appropriate behaviors pertaining to usage of information technology in organizational context, perception of what practices are normal and unproblematic.
  • RESPONSIBILITY
    Perceived obligation or role to behave correctly towards maintaining security culture.
*Available with ALL plans (incl. Essential).

The CLTRe Toolkit

Measure your organisation-wide security culture with an easy-to-use Software-as-a-Service. Built upon the proven process of the Security Culture Framework, and using social scientific methods, the CLTRe Toolkit is used to assess, build and improve security culture.

Discover the tools available:


CLTRe Control

The command center of the CLTRe Toolkit where you’ll hold full cultural control


CLTRe Discover

Discover what your security culture landscape looks like


CLTRe Insight

Identify the weakspots and strongholds of your security culture


CLTRe Profile

Involve and engage with employees throughout your organisation


CLTRe Interact

Employees can provide feedback and interact with you safely & anonymously


CLTRe Improve

Focus on your security culture programme improvements


Delivering Actionable Data

The CLTRe Toolkit uses social science principles and methodologies to measure ideas, customs and behaviours of employees. Let it take the guesswork out of your security awareness activities, and start building a strong security culture to combat cyberthreats!

  • Measure norms, attitudes, and social behaviours
  • See cultural differences organisation-wide
  • Influence the culture where it’s needed
  • Measure the effectiveness of your programme

  • Non-intrusive to the employees
  • No training required
  • Minimal distraction for employees
  • Deep insights for the CISO

Find Your Industry

The CLTRe Toolkit has bee designed to address the unique challenges that different industries face. Discover how it enables you to assess, build and improve the Security Culture in your industry.
Bank and Finance

The Banking and Financial Services Sector has to pay particular attention to risk, control and compliance. The CLTRe Toolkit is directly applicable to assess, build and improve Security Culture in the Banking and Financial Services sector.

Government

Government and Public Sector organisations face clear security challenges. The need to be accountable for a citizen’s most sensitive data in today’s environment of squeezed budgets, means that security is high on the list of pain points.

Healthcare

The Healthcare sector faces a unique set of security challenges. Ensuring patient data is secure whilst also available to a number of potential caregivers, can be tough, especially combined with high levels of regulatory compliance.

ICT

Large multi-national ICT organisations face a multitude of security challenges. The ICT sector is expected to be at the top of the game for Security Culture yet, it faces similar security issues to many other industries.

Can’t see your industry listed? Contact us to find out how we can help you improve Security Culture in your industry.