Protecting British citizens from cyber attacks must be given same priority as fighting terrorism, GCHQ head warns Jeremy Fleming says hostile states, criminals and terrorists 'quick to spot new ways of doing us harm' Independent on October 9, 2017
Head of GCHQ in Cheltenham: 'Tackling cyber attacks is as important as fighting terrorism' Jeremy Fleming was speaking out after figures showed there has been nearly 600 “significant” cyber attacks in the past year Gloucester Citizen on October 9, 2017 Also reported by • Gloucestershire Echo • Stroud Life
GCHQ chief says cyber attacks as dangerous as terrorism GCHQ chief Jeremy Fleming (pictured) said the speed of technological advances means the UK's enemies are constantly finding new ways of threatening the nation's security. MailOnline on October 9, 2017
Cyber attack protection important as fighting terrorism Cheltanham-based GCHQ director Jeremy Fleming said the speed of technological advances means UK enemies are constantly finding new ways of threatening security. MailOnline on October 9, 2017 Cyber-security threat to UK 'as serious as terrorism' - GCHQ GCHQ's Jeremy Fleming says the UK's intelligence monitoring agency must be a "cyber-organisation". BBC News on October 9, 2017
What we know about Britain's new chief spy Jeremy Fleming has been announced as the new head of Britain's intelligence service the GCHQ, which is tasked with defending the country from terror plots and cyber attacks. MailOnline on March 20, 2017
Jeremy Fleming named head of Britain’s GCHQ Career spy is currently deputy director of MI5 and will succeed Robert Hannigan FT.com on March 20, 2017
Eavesdropper GCHQ has unveiled its new boss GCHQ, the government agency accused by Donald Trump's administration of spying on him, has revealed who will take over as its new head.
Jeremy Fleming, the deputy director general of MI5 since.. City A.M. on March 20, 2017 New boss for Cheltenham-based GCHQ amid Donald Trump spy claims An MI5 director is set to become the new boss of GCHQ amid claims the intelligence agency spied on US President Donald Trump during his election campaign.Deputy director-general of MI5 Jeremy Fleming.. Gloucestershire Echo on March 19, 2017 Also reported by • Gloucester Citizen • Stroud Life