IT Governance Launches Site to Improve Focus

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<strong>Ely, England &mdash; Oct. 21</strong><br />U.S. governance, risk management and IT professionals in need of reliable expertise have a new solution in the shape of a dedicated resource from leading compliance specialist IT Governance that has been set up in response to their needs.<br /> <br />The new Web site,, is a one-stop-shop service delivering highly relevant knowledge, tools and advice to help IT leaders adopt best practice. It extends the capabilities of the existing IT Governance site, but also leverages existing distribution facilities to support the sale and delivery of a select range of products for IT governance, risk management and compliance.<br /> <br />Expertise and help are immediately on-hand for topics of interest to the IT community such as ITIL, IT service management, Cobit, TOGAF, project governance/PMBoK/PRINCE2, the full range of IT standards from ISO/IEC and BSI, business continuity and so on. These resources have been specially extended to meet the local specific issues that executives deal with (e.g., U.S. regulatory requirements HIPAA, GLBA, SB 1386 and other state breach laws, PIPEDA, FISMA and EU Safe Harbor regulations).<br /> <br />&ldquo;Information security, IT service management and IT governance are critical to U.S. companies in their competitive battle to survive and succeed in today&rsquo;s global, interconnected markets,&rdquo; said Alan Calder, chief executive of IT Governance. &ldquo;We also know that our customers would like to transact in U.S. dollars, to deal with a site that is specifically focused on their own needs and for shipping also to be local.<br /> <br />&ldquo;We foresee as a response to that demand, giving U.S. organizations the level of responsive service, help and targeted insight through our innovative product range that they need to fulfill their IT governance, risk management and compliance obligations.&rdquo;<br />

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