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IDG Contributor Network: Seven security cultures that can help or hurt your organization

Discussion in 'CSO' started by RSS, Feb 1, 2016.

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    It's hasn't been that long since my book People-Centric Security hit the shelves, but I'm already hearing "the question" pop up in my conversations.


    "What's the best security culture?"

    There's no one answer. "Good" culture depends on what an organization hopes to achieve. But since most security programs follow a first principle of preventing breaches, I can offer some example cultures that are more or less suited ("good" or "bad" approaches) to meeting that goal.

    These lists are not ranked, nor are cultures mutually exclusive. No organization has a single culture, and good ones may coexist with bad ones. What is clear is that some cultures are going to make security program success easier, and some not so much.

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