Security Culture

The ideas, customs, and social behavior of a particular people or society
that allows them to be free from danger or threats.

Author Archive for Irina Petris

Irina is one of the Security Culture Framework community managers, spreading the words of culture around the world! Irina is also moderating discussions on the forums, adding content, and helping our community grow and prosper! She is located in Europe, and has a marketing degree.

CLTRe Crew at CeBIT 2016

Last week, the Security Culture Framework was showcased at the huge, global ICT-event CeBIT in Germany. The SCF was showcased by CLTRe, the Norwegian company that assess, build and improve security culture with their SaaS-based toolkit. CLTRe was at CeBIT as part of the IBM booth. As you can see on the pictures below, CLTRe and IBM had a great…

How do you define your goals?

Know your goal Your security culture program success is a direct result of your direction and your goals. How do you define your goals? With the SCF module Metrics, you set goals, define your baseline and decide how to measure security culture in your organization/program. Read more on the Metrics module: https://securitycultureframework.net/category/framework/metrics/

The Security Culture Framework community wishes you a Happy Holiday Season!

2015 have been an amazing year for the Security Culture Framework! Here are a few highlights: More than 400 organisations worldwide use the SCF We have doubled the number of SCF Members in less than 6 months The Security Culture Conference 2015 was a huge success, drawing people from around the world to Oslo to discuss and learn about culture…

What can you change today?

Be holistic! Use Policies, Competence and Technology together to change security behaviors: What can you change today? The Topics module is used to determine which topics to train in order to reach your targets. There are a large numbers of different topics to train to succesfully create security culture, from technical areas, via passwords, policies and legalities, to how to discover…

What are your goals?

Measure your success: Define clear goals using the SMART makes it easy to know if you fail or succeed. What are your goals? With the SCF module Metrics, you set goals, define your baseline and decide how to measure security culture in your organization/program. Read more on the Metrics module: https://securitycultureframework.net/category/framework/metrics/

What activities do you use?

Activities that resonate: Use your security culture activities, to resonate with your target audience. What activities do you use? The Topics module is used to determine which topics to train in order to reach your targets. There are a large numbers of different topics to train to succesfully create security culture, from technical areas, via passwords, policies and legalities, to…

What goals do you have?

Build culture with goals: Set the goals of your security culture program early, and use them to direct your actions. What goals do you have? With the SCF module Metrics, you set goals, define your baseline and decide how to measure security culture in your organization/program. Read more on the Metrics module: https://securitycultureframework.net/category/framework/metrics/

How do you communicate today?

Adapt your message: Make your employees understand by adapting your message to their needs. How do you communicate today? The Topics module is used to determine which topics to train in order to reach your targets. There are a large numbers of different topics to train to succesfully create security culture, from technical areas, via passwords, policies and legalities, to…

How do you measure culture?

Metrics Matter: Knowing how to measure your progress and results, is key to your security awareness program. How do you measure culture? With the SCF module Metrics, you set goals, define your baseline and decide how to measure security culture in your organization/program. Read more on the Metrics module: https://securitycultureframework.net/category/framework/metrics/

How do you plan your awareness programs?

Plan for excellence: Plan your activities, measure your progress and revise. How do you plan your awareness programs? In the Planner Module, you set up a detailed plan of your defined goals and targets; your target groups; the different activities and when they are to be done; when to measure your progress. Read more on the Planner module: https://securitycultureframework.net/category/framework/planner/ 

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