IT Governance, the CREST-accredited and leading provider of cyber security expertise, is pleased to announce that it has begun a partnership with Consultants in Print Limited
, the bespoke and confidential tendering support services providers, in order to deliver IT Governance’s cyber security products and services to their client base.
Alan Calder, the founder and chief executive officer of IT Governance, says: “We are looking forward to working with our most recent partner, Consultants in Print Limited, and helping their clients achieve a basic level of cyber security by implementing security controls and certifying them to the Cyber Essentials scheme.
“We also look forward to equipping their clients with the expertise and solutions necessary for certification to information security management standards, upskilling in-house IT teams, and identifying vulnerabilities in systems and networks to prevent cyber threats. By partnering with IT Governance, Consultants in Print will have access to our full portfolio of products and services.”
IT Governance’s partnership scheme has created a network of resellers and referral partners committed to delivering IT Governance’s cyber security solutions and expertise.
Clive Gotch, the managing director of Consultants in Print Limited, said: “A number of our clients required Cyber Essentials certification to compete for public sector contracts and we have introduced them to IT Governance who have provided an extremely efficient, competitive and supportive certification process.”
The UK Government-backed Cyber Essentials scheme
provides a set of controls that organisations can implement to help prevent “around 80% of cyber attacks”.
IT Governance’s partners benefit from discounted rates on any of the Cyber Essentials packaged solutions and certification to the scheme through IT Governance’s CyberComply portal
. This unique online service supports CREST-accredited certification to the Cyber Essentials scheme in a cost- and time-effective manner for organisations of any size, using a ‘do-it-yourself’ approach.
Moreover, IT Governance’s Cyber Essentials and Cyber Essentials Plus packaged solutions are designed to help organisations reduce costs by supplementing the organisation’s in-house skills and providing an appropriate level of support to achieve certification to the scheme.
Organisations wishing to become an IT Governance partner
or find out more about the partnership programme
are encouraged to visit IT Governance’s website
, email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call +44 (0) 845 070 1750.