Nicolas Reys

Associate Director

London

Nicolas Reys is the Associate Director heading up Control Risks’ global cyber threat intelligence practice, part of the broader cyber security department. Nicolas is responsible for the management and co-ordination of a team of cyber threat intelligence analysts and consultants.

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Nicolas Reys is the Associate Director heading up Control Risks’ global cyber threat intelligence practice, part of the broader cyber security department. 

Nicolas is responsible for the management and co-ordination of a team of cyber threat intelligence analysts and consultants. He specialises in the provision of tactical, operational and strategic cyber threat intelligence to public and private sector organisations as well as leading and delivering complex cyber security projects. 


Some of his latest works have included: 
  • The delivery of CBEST threat intelligence assessments for some of the world’s largest financial  institutions operating in the UK.
  • The management and delivery of a global cyber security threat and risk assessment for a leading financial services provider. 
  • The design and implementation of Control Risks’ cyber threat intelligence collection and analysis capability. 
  • The creation of a custom threat modelling framework for a major public sector institution. 
  • On-going threat monitoring for a major global telecommunication provider. 
  • Incident response and cyber crisis management advisory for Control Risks clients. 


Nicolas is CREST certified threat intelligence manager (CCTIM), holds a Masters in International Relations and Diplomacy from the College of Europe and a MA(hons) in International Relations and Management from the University of St. Andrews. 

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