Could your university benefit from branded publishing?

The NCSC (National Cyber Security Centre) and the EPSRC (Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council) have three more universities – the University of Kent, King’s College London and the University of Cardiff – as Academic Centres of Excellence in Cyber Security Research, taking the total to 17 across the UK.

These institutions form part of the UK government’s National Cyber Security Strategy, which sets out the government’s plan to make Britain secure and resilient in cyberspace, and includes the development of university courses to help shape the UK’s cyber future.

How we can help

Our branded publishing service is a great way for universities to enhance student awareness of their ethos, as well as providing great supporting material for further reading. The front cover of each book can be branded with your university crest or logo, creating a cohesive brand identity. This service is free when you order 50 books or more.

Written by expert practitioners, our titles cover a range of topics, including the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), the PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard), ISO 27001, ISO 9001 and, of course, cyber security.

We provide a quick turnaround on all orders and our friendly staff will assist you with your needs. Repeat orders are also swift and hassle-free.

IT Governance Publishing’s books can help support core understanding of an important subject, like Cyber Security within a relatively new academic field. Our authors include academics such as Phillip Wood, Head of School, Aviation and Security at Buckinghamshire New University, and students highly recommend our titles.

 

I’ve just finished reading Build A Security Culture by Kai Roer, and this forms part of my literature research for my Information Security MSc project at Royal Holloway University. And what the book lacks in size it certainly makes up for in its approach, its ideas and the numerous common-sense facts it continuously delivers. I highly recommend this book for anyone who wants to better understand and design, dynamic, future proof information security cultures.

 

David R Stranack

 

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