In this article published in the UK’s Telegraph, Jeremy Fleming, who was appointed to head GCHQ earlier this year, writes about the impact of cyber threats and efforts to make GCHQ a cyber organization.
I have spent my whole career, in MI5 and now as head of GCHQ, working to counter the most serious threats to our national security. If I’ve learned one thing it’s that our adversaries are quick to spot new ways of doing us harm. We see that in the way terrorists are constantly changing their weapons or states are using their full range of tools to steal secrets, gain influence and attack our economy.
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