The 2018 Security Culture Report reveals huge differences between countries
Today, my company CLTRe published its annual security culture report. In the 2018 edition, we examined the differences (and similarities) of 7 different languages across 8 countries. The findings are quite revealing. Most notably, there are quite some variation in the total scores — Finland and Poland seems to have a better security culture than the rest, and Holland and Denmark seems to be doing worst. If we start looking at individual security culture dimensions, for example Communication, there are quite large differences too.