This is a shortened version of “Confidence. Courage. Connection. Trust: A Proposal for Security Culture” that features excerpts from the longer text. This version is suitable for mass distribution and provides a useful introduction to security culture.
Confidence. Courage. Connection. Trust. (Abridged)
Security culture refers to a set of practices developed to assess risks, control the flow of information through your networks, and to build solid organizing relationships. There are countless different possible security cultures, but the important thing is that they come from clear, explicit conversations about risk that are ongoing and respond to change.
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