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It Governance Confirms Participation In The Cyber Security Supplier To Government Scheme

30/09/2014 by

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IT Governance, the global leader in cyber security and ISO27001 expertise, has announced its participation in the cyber security supplier to government scheme. Following the approval of its application for membership in the scheme developed by the Cyber Growth Partnership, IT Governance was honoured with a place on the list of participating companies published on the government website.

Steve Watkins, director at IT Governance, says, “We are delighted to be part of an elite group of UK companies that have been delivering cyber security products and services to the government. 

“IT Governance has been helping both private and public organisations to implement information security management best practice for more than ten years. We have been providing public sector clients with critical resources, training courses and consultancy services, and this scheme now enables us to reference this fact to help our growth overseas.” 

The cyber security supplier to government scheme is administered by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) and is intended to support UK companies pursuing export business opportunities worldwide in ensuring cyber security capabilities. 

With the steady growth of ISO27001 certificates globally (according to the ISO Survey 2013), the export opportunities for UK cyber security companies have never been greater. The UK now occupies one of the leading positions worldwide in terms of cyber security expertise. 

IT Governance has recently become the first company in the world to launch ‘all-in’ ISO27001 packaged solutions that are accessible online and can be deployed by any company, anywhere in the world, that wishes to implement ISO27001, the international cyber security standard.

Each solution is a combination of products and services in a fixed-price, fit-for-use package sure to meet any organisation’s preferences for tackling ISO27001 compliance projects. Each of the four ISO27001 packaged solutions is available at a transparent price that enables every organisation to know exactly what their chosen journey to ISO27001 certification will cost them.

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