Security Culture Report 2018

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The 2018 Security Culture Report

Measure to Improve

The 2018 Security Culture Report

Measure to Improve

The Security Culture Report 2018: Measure to Improve is the result of data collected on more than 20,000 employees over the course of two years. This is the first time a comparison of how security culture evolves over time is published.

The report focus on three main areas:

  • Industry benchmarking
  • Language comparison
  • Year over year change in security culture

The report is a free download.

Security Culture Industry Benchmark

The 2018 Security Culture Report features the first industry sector benchmark that covers a number of industry sectors across Europe, North America and Asia. How is your organization comparing to the global standard?

Retail and trade

ICT

Finance

Real estate

The Changes in Security Culture from one year to another

The 2018 Security Culture Report features the very first benchmark that covers how security culture compares across Europe, North America and Asia. How is your organization comparing to the global standard?

Security Culture Language Benchmark

The 2018 Security Culture Report features the very first benchmark that covers how security culture compares across Europe, North America and Asia. How is your organization comparing to the global standard?

Security Culture Report 2018

Free download

Why the key to security culture success is an evidence-based approach

Learn how security culture metrics can be used to indicate the effectiveness of security culture strategy in your organization, and improve it!

Build security culture with an evidence-based approach

Security culture programs designed with an evidence-based approach are significantly more successful. Here’s evidence.

Security Culture Industry Benchmark 2018: Information and Technology

The 2018 benchmark figures from CLTRe reveal that the security culture within the ICT sector is alarmingly poor. Scoring below the global standard on all security culture dimensions except one; Communication is clearly not enough to drive a good security culture.