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The point has been made again and again and, as per the Forcepoint 2016 Global Threat Report, humans are still the weakest link in security. It is, therefore, essential that information security professionals acknowledge and address this problem. Resolving problems within the human workforce is complex, challenging and daunting, but it is definitely not an insurmountable task.
Addressing modern workplace and workforce challenges, coupled with the growing threat landscape, requires dynamic, out-of-the-box approaches. Traditional approaches such as deploying learning management solutions or conducting a one-day workshop on information security no longer solve the problem. To effectively create and implement a culture that clearly understands the risk and is open to managing risk factors, the people in an organization and the environment in which they are operating must effectively support information security strategies and objectives. This article discusses how to develop and implement a behavioral competency model that enables achievement of information security objectives and describes how COBIT 5 can be leveraged to build and model information security behaviors.
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