Security Culture

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

The Framework: Metrics

The starting point in the Security Culture Framework is metrics. In this phase, you understand your current posture and where you want to get to. Metrics are based on facts and measurable information. You use the measurements to analyse your organization’s strengths, weakness’ and possibilities. You start out by defining the current sitiuation, known as As-Is. Next, you document your target situation, known…

More about Metrics

Defining SMART or Fuzzy Goals

In this video, Kai explains SMART goals, and Fuzzy goals, and how you can apply them in your security culture program. The video is a part of a series of lectures belonging to the Security Culture Summer Camp 2014. You can learn more about the Learn! by Roer training courses here.

Metrics – What to measure, why and how

The starting point in the Security Culture Framework is metrics. In this phase, you understand your current posture and where you want to get to. Metrics are based on facts and measurable information. You use the measurements to analyse your organization’s strengths, weakness’ and possibilities. You start out by defining the current sitiuation, known as As-Is. Next, you document your target situation, known…

Metrics Templates

Template: Setting goals

This template let’s you define goals, and your current situation. Use the template to define your goal(s), and as a basis for a GAP analysis of your current situation compared to your goal. Click the link to download: TemplateSettingGoals