Federico Saleri

Consultant

London

Federico is a Consultant and a member of the Online Solutions team. Federico advises clients in the EMEA region to ensure that they are deriving value from Control Risks’ services, and frequently travels to clients to create and implement roll-out plans.

  • Political and Economic Risk Consulting
  • Cyber Threat Intelligence
  • Real-time Threat Intelligence


Federico is a Consultant and a member of the Online Solutions team. Federico advises clients in the EMEA region to ensure that they are deriving value from Control Risks’ services, and frequently travels to clients to create and implement roll-out plans. As part of his role, Federico consults on clients’ security requirements providing relevant and timely information and analysis, and creates reports to support with journey planning and security risk assessments using the information provided through the CORE platform. Federico also leads the CORE podcast on political and security risks globally.


Recent engagement involved:
  • Project manager alongside the global team of analysts to deliver threat and situational assessments for a major client’s crisis management department.
  • Implemented the full suite of online services within a client’s Global Security Operation Centre.

Prior to joining Control Risks, Federico worked as a Threat Intelligence Analyst for a technology company in London and holds previous experiences as part of the Government Advisory team for a UK-based public affairs consultancy, and as a Researcher in nuclear security and non-proliferation for an NGO in Washington DC.

Federico holds an MA in Geopolitics, Territory and Security from King’s College London, and a BA in International Relations from UCSC in Italy. He is a native Italian, and he is fluent in English and French.

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