Security Culture

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

Thank you for joining!

Thank you for registering to take part of the continued evolvement of the Security Culture Framework. We are very happy to have you aboard! So happy, in fact, that we are giving you a free training!  As a member of the SCF.roer.com community, you are entitled download materials according to your membership level, contribute comments and content.

Free training to our members

UdemyCourseTemplateLearn how we define security culture in this 6-lecture video e-learning “An Introduction to Security Culture” by Kai Roer. You have a free coupon just for being a member of the Security Culture Framework. Here is a direct link to the course: http://learn.roer.com/course/intro2securityculture/?couponCode=SCFMember – a $49. value!
(You are welcome!)

Please do not share the coupon outside the community website. If you want to share it, please point people to the http://scf.roer.com community instead.


Learn how to use the Security Culture Framework

intro_scfAs a member of this community, we also grant you a rebate to the Introduction to the Security Culture Framework e-learning. The e-learning is a 34-lecture e-learning walking you through the Security Culture Framework, and how to use it to set up your own security culture program. Your membership level determine your rebate – every registered user get a 20% reduction (a $59 value). By supporting the Security Culture Framework by paid subscription, your rebate increases too!

This is your special link to register for the Security Culture Framework Introduction course:

Register for the Introduction Course for the Security Culture framework with 20% rebate (a $59 Value!): http://learn.roer.com/course/security-culture-framework-introduction/?couponCode=SCF20

Now that you are a registered member, please go exploring!

You can also contact one of the team members if you have questions, comments or just want to talk!

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