Spy chief wants to recruit more women and ethnic minorities and describes plan as 'mission critical' for the secret service
James Bond author Ian Fleming once wrote of 'blithering women who thought they could do a man's work'.But these days women spies are 'mission critical', the head of GCHQ said yesterday.Jeremy Fleming – no relation to the late writer – said: 'Inclusion has become mission critical, not a nice-to-have.'
GCHQ director Jeremy Fleming has said that, without action, the UK’s prosperity and security will be under threat from the likes of Russia and China.The UK is facing a “moment of reckoning” around its cybersecurity because of the rising technology threat from countries such as Russia and China, the head of GCHQ has said.
Jeremy Fleming, director of the Government's listening station, believed the UK was well placed to confront the threat Britain faces a cyber “reckoning” with the East, one of Britain's top spooks signalled today., boss of the Government's eavesdropping station, told experts that action was needed if western democracies were to retain powers to decide the future of crucial tech systems.
Russia remains the "most acute threat to the UK's national security" as it continues to use malign behaviour around the world, the director of GCHQ warned yesterday.Jeremy Fleming also said the very best technical experts are moving to countries like Russia and China – causing a headache for the West.
CHINA and Russia are posing major cyber threats to the UK as the head of GCHQ warns Britain needs to act now.GCHQ’s director general Jeremy Fleming issued the warning during a speech at the Imperial College Vincent Briscoe annual security lecture.He said: “We are now facing a moment of reckoning.
Cyber criminal gangs are looking to 'exploit the accelerations in connectivity and poor cyber security,' warns GCHQ director Jeremy Fleming.The scale and severity of ransomware is growing at an alarming rate as cyber criminals look to exploit poor cybersecurity to maximise profit, the director of GCHQ has warned.
China technological cyber threat is so grave that it is feared it could control a whole “global operating system,” a British spy chief warned today.Jeremy Fleming, director of the GCHQ spy listening centre, stressed new innovations could be used to control individuals in future smart cities.
Russia remains the “most acute threat to the UK’s national and collective security” as it continues to demonstrate malign behaviour around the world, the director of GCHQ has warned.said significant technology leadership is moving to countries like Russia and China, causing a conflict of interests and values for the west.
Spy chief warns the West faces an 'existential threat' if digital 'big animals' like the UK don't keep up in 'evolutionary' technology race with foreign adversaries like China and Russia
A UK spy chief warned that western democracies face an 'existential threat' if they fail to keep ahead of China and Russia in a technological evolutionary race ..In a major speech today, he warned that the digital dominance of hostile states like China threatens our future prosperity and security.
(Reuters) - The West must urgently act to ensure that China does not dominate the key technologies of the 21st Century or the Communist state could effectively grab control of the world's global operating system, Britain's top cyber spy said on Friday."The threat posed by Russia’s activity is like finding a vulnerability on a specific app on your phone – it’s potentially serious, but you can probably use an alternative," GCHQ Director Jeremy Fleming told Imperial College London.
Speaking at Imperial, GCHQ chief Jeremy Fleming highlighted the UK’s unique role leading the next phase of the global digital revolution.Delivering the annual Vincent Briscoe lecture at Imperial’s Institute for Security Science and Technology, Fleming warned of the geopolitical challenges facing the UK.
China and Russia could win ‘moment of reckoning’ over control of internet unless UK evolves, GCHQ warns
‘In the natural world, during a period of rapid change, the only option is to adapt, and it’s the same for us,’ Jeremy Fleming is to say The UK and its allies risk losing control of the internet and the security of future technologies to China and Russia, who have a different and competing vision of the future, according to the head of GCHQ.
Britain faces 'moment of reckoning' if we don't step up cyber security capabilities, warns head of GCHQ
China and Russia offer “competing values and vision[s] for the future” Jeremy Fleming says Britain faces a “moment of reckoning” if we don't step up cyber security capabilities, warns the head of GCHQ.In a speech today Jeremy Fleming will say developing and protecting the technologies of the future will be vital to Britain’s security and prosperity.
Key technology vital to the UK’s security and prosperity is under threat from the competing values of countries such as China and Russia, the director of GCHQ is to warn in a speech on Friday.Jeremy Fleming is expected to say that the UK is a ‘big animal in the digital world’ but historic strength does not mean it will continue to have such power in the future, unless we adapt.
Key technology vital to the UK’s security and prosperity is under threat from the competing values of countries such as China and Russia, the director of GCHQ is to warn in a speech on Friday.is expected to say that the UK is a “big animal in the digital world” but historic strength does not mean it will continue to have such power in the future, unless we adapt.