Building a strong security culture is an important risk management strategy and can make your organization more resilient to cyber attacks and data breaches. To improve security culture, it is important to be able to assess what kind of security culture you have already, evaluate its strengths and weaknesses, and deploy the best methods for improvement.
This research paper explores why security culture is measured using these 7 dimensions, what they are and how they can be influenced. To date, the seven dimensions are used to benchmark security culture by organizations in the USA, China, and more than 8 European countries.
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CLTRe publishes a research paper for security awareness and culture practitioners on The Seven Dimensions of Security Culture, explaining how security culture is made up of seven dimensions, what they are, and how they can be influenced.
When discussing security culture, how do we know that we talk about the same things?
Learn how security culture metrics can be used to indicate the effectiveness of security culture strategy in your organization, and improve it!
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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.
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Measuring changes in security culture over time, we show how some industries are improving and where others are not.