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Welcome to IT Governance Publishing (ITGP) - the world's leading IT-GRC publisher, with publications covering all IT governance, risk and compliance frameworks.

Written by experienced instructors and expertCatalogue-2014-(1).png practitioners,our books and pocket guides cover topics such as information security, standards compliance, business continuity, cyber security and change management. We give readers the very best in IT best practice in the real world, whatever the application. All our titles are available as eBooks.

For UK and European customers:
2014 catalogue (£ pricing) (PDF, 4MB)
For customers in the Americas:
2014 catalogue ($ pricing) (PDF, 4MB)

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ITGP toolkits

We offer a range of off-the-shelf toolkits that give comprehensive customisable, documents to help users create the specific documentation they need to properly implement a management system or standard.
Written by experienced practitioners, and based on the latest best practice, ITGP toolkits can save months of work for organisations working towards compliance with a given standard.

For more information, latest news & offers, as well as partnership information on our ITGP toolkits follow this link.


We also publish a small number of training aids and posters. These encourage staff to discuss and understand the sometimes complex issues which may affect how they work, in an informal way. If you are looking for guidance on any aspect of IT governance, risk or compliance, this is the place to start.

You can buy all of our books , pocket guides and toolkits from our eCommerce site

Interested in writing a book with ITG Publishing? Find out about submitting a book proposal.

If you have any other questions or queries, please email us

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