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Security Culture and Effectiveness - Attributing Blame for Failure

Written by DFM Team

Security Culture and Effectiveness - Attributing Blame for Failure


Security culture is a buzz phrase that provides a catch-all visualization for improved risk mitigation. The use of the word culture is more contentious and is often difficult to tie down. It is used to describe the sticky relationships in an organisation that are assumed the result of managed activities and controlled processes. It is also used to describe the fuzzy coherence patterns when people, norms, and behaviours materialize as an observable phenomenon. Siumafua –i– Telvavivi Moala and Brian Cusack investigate the Security Culture.

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