Joseph Buckley

Senior Analyst

London

Joseph Buckley is the Senior Analyst leading Control Risks’ cyber threat intelligence analysis activities in London. Joseph is responsible for managing Control Risks’ cyber threat engagements, throughout the intelligence lifecycle. He specialises in assessing advanced nation state and organised cybercriminal threats to public and private organisations.

  • Europe
  • Cyber Threat Intelligence
  • Information Security Investigations
  • Scenario Analysis and Strategy Consulting


Joseph Buckley is the Senior Analyst leading Control Risks’ cyber threat intelligence analysis activities in London. Joseph is responsible for managing Control Risks’ cyber threat engagements, throughout the intelligence lifecycle. He specialises in assessing advanced nation state and organised cybercriminal threats to public and private organisations.


Recent examples of Joseph’s work include:
  • Lead a CBEST, Financial Conduct Authority regulated, cyber threat assessment for a major international investment bank.
  • Directed the production of a large cyber threat assessment for a Northern European pseudo-state organisation.
  • Responsible for direction setting of Control Risk’s CORE +Cyber online subscription service cyber threat actor, country threat, sector threat and technology threat assessments.
  • Delivered a threat assessment of cyber and electronic warfare threats to a large satellite communications organisation.
  • The delivery of several webinar briefs to a large selection of clients, including large shipping and oil and gas corporates, on the cyber implications of geopolitical tensions in the Middle East.

Before joining Control Risks, Joseph was a UK government accredited analyst working first for Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs and then leading a team of analysts within the Ministry of Defence. Joseph also holds an MA in Diplomacy and Foreign Policy from Lancaster University.

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