Evaluation, Metrics and Measurement for Security Awareness by Melissa Guenther on 24/04/04

“What does not get measured, does not get done,” or at best, ‘does not get done right.’ Because, how do you know it got done right if we do not have measurements of anything? That is why effective Security Awareness programs uses measurements and bench-marking techniques to track the quantity and quality of communication, its impact, and the degree to which it achieved its objectives. An evaluation process should reflect and answer whether or not the original objectives/goals of the security awareness program have been achieved.

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