About Us

 

We get you the best price for custom security solutions, saving you time and money providing complete peace of mind

We are a team of technologists who have seen first hand the distortion in the information security market. With worldwide spending on IT security at $75.4 billion in 2015, Gartner predicts this spend to increase by 13.9% a year. No one is winning from this, especially the purchasers of information security services.

We want to level the playing field by offering simple and honest, quality cost effective solutions. This means buyers are saving time whilst getting the best price and service available, and suppliers are quoting to pre-qualified and ready to buy purchasers.

Nigel Phair
Founder of InfoSec Marketplace

 

Nigel Phair is the founder and managing director of InfoSec Marketplace. An experienced and influential analyst at the intersection of technology, law, crime and society, Nigel is passionate about strategy, governance and risk mitigation surrounding the use of technology in any sized business.

With diverse cybercrime and technology experience across a number of industries, he has also published two acclaimed books on the international impact of cybercrime, is a regular media commentator and provides executive and board advice regarding cyber security to a number of private and government entities.

Linked to a number of well-established professional, government and community networks, he is a highly regarded professional in his field of expertise with a strong willingness to educate and increase the awareness of cyber security and its constant evolution.

Contact Nigel

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+61 408 437 056

Securing a computer system has traditionally been a battle of wits: the penetrator tries to find the holes and the designer tries to close them. Gosser
A computer lets you make more mistakes faster than any invention in human history - with the possible exceptions of handguns and tequila. Mitch Ratliff
Amateurs hack systems, professionals hack people. Bruce Schneier
If you spend more on coffee than on IT security, you will be hacked. What’s more you deserve to be hacked. White House Cyber Security advisor - Richard Clarke