The rapid development of information and communication technologies, the increase in sources of information, the electronization of many services in all areas, the emergence of new means of communication between people, the collection of personal data in various information systems and other realities create new opportunities for development. On the other hand, the use of information to manipulate people's minds, to create chaos in society, actualizes the development of a culture of information security in society. The article analyzes the experience of developed countries in the formation of information security culture. As part of the documents, challenges and measures taken by international organizations such as the UN, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the experience of individual countries in raising the level of information security culture of professionals, citizens and various groups, as well as educators, children and youth, was studied and summarized. The study used methods of systematization, generalization, comparative analysis. The results of the study may be useful to institutions responsible for ensuring information security in society (pp.75-82).
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