Since I created the Security Culture Framework in 2012 and open sourced it in 2013, the interest in security culture has exploded worldwide. When I first started in the industry, security culture professionals were but a small group of specialists in the US and Europe, discussing how we, based on our experience, built functional security cultures in organizations around the world.

Today, only a few years later, the interest in security culture is truly global, with a large number of organizations applying the principles of the framework to build and improve their security culture.

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