Welcome to the Security Culture Framework, the free and open framework to build and maintain security culture.
This is a community site where you can download templates, discuss best practices, share and learn about the Security Culture Framework, and about how to create lasting security culture in your organization. If you want to do more than just reading the main content, we do ask you to register.
Please respect each others differences, different opinions and that there may be several ways and methods to reach your goal – all of which may yield great results.
We also kindly request you to be proactive. Share your questions, your answers and your experiences.
We will do our best to avoid hecklers, trolls and otherwise nasty creeps, and ask you to help us by employing a positive attitude, accept that opinions may differ, and that the purpose of The Security Culture Framework is to help us all better understand how the human mind works (and fails) in order to create better security programs.
People may connect to this community from different locations around the world. Not all of the people you meet here will have English as a first language. Please respect that errors may occure, and that not everyone is such a great commander of the English language as you are. Seek to understand, before being understood!