Sadiq Edu

Consultant

London

Sadiq is a Consultant within the Cyber department based in the London office. He regularly advises corporate and private clients on the business impact of their cyber risks.

  • Creating a Secure Organisation
  • Cyber Security


Sadiq is a Consultant within the Cyber department based in the London office. He regularly advises corporate and private clients on the business impact of their cyber risks.


Sadiq Edu recent projects include:
  • Cyber risk assessment for a London-based media management company.
  • Incident response for a UK-based insurance broker. 
  • Cyber maturity assessment for a global technology manufacturer.


Prior to joining Control Risks, Sadiq was a Cyber Security Consultant at G3, where he mostly advised investors, family offices and private clients on the business impact of their cyber security risks. He has experience with cyber risk assessments, cyber risk due diligence and briefings to senior executives. He was also the Africa lead for business development, with a primary focus on Nigeria and Ghana.

Sadiq holds an MSc degree in Information Security from Royal Holloway University of London and is a Certified Cyber Risk Management Practitioner (CCRMP). He also holds a number of cyber security qualifications, including the Certification in Information Security Management Principles (CISMP) and CompTIA Security+.

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