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Month: October 2015

The Competing Security Cultures Framework

It’s been a little hectic lately, and I’m letting myself down on the “one post per week” promise I made to myself. This week I was in Anaheim at the (ISC)2 Congress, where I was fortunate enough to give a couple of presentations. And the good folks at the ‘con came through even further by handing me a ready made and easy to do post for the week. Several people who saw my People-Centric Security talk at (ISC)2 asked about the Competing Security Cultures Framework (CSCF) that I described in my presentation. The CSCF is one of the models I created for the book and, for a detailed exploration, I would encourage you to pick up a copy. But for the curious, and those folks from my talk who asked, here you go…