Driven by research, CLTRe’s empirical discoveries are based on data collected using the CLTRe Toolkit

At CLTRe, we are research driven. Our research department offer reports and analysis to customers and the public, in an effort to improve the understanding of how security culture influences the global workforce. CLTRe Research provide two types of report offerings:

Bespoke Reports:

The CLTRe Research offer a limited number of bespoke research reports for customers. These reports provides more detailed, bespoke analysis and a more nuanced understanding of the security culture dimensions, directly from their own dataset as collected by the CLTRe Toolkit.

Public Reports:

CLTRe also publish security culture reports that are available for all to read, including the annual Security Culture Report which explores the human factors influencing security culture and offer insights into the differences found across countries, industry sectors, and gender, for example.

Good security culture reduces risk. By improving the understanding of how security culture influences the global workforce, we are helping to protect data and people. Businesses use these insights to understand how to best influence their own security culture(s).

The development of the seven dimensions of security culture, the CLTRe Toolkit security culture measurement tools, and the Security Culture Framework are all based on a multi-disciplinary research, conducted to better understand the dynamics of how security culture can be developed and shaped within organisations. This research draws from different disciplines, incl. sociology, psychology, and cybersecurity, as well as the evidence gathered from large private and public organisations.