GCHQ will today call on the UK public to protect a fictitious aerospace technology company threatened by imminent attack from cyber terrorists. Assignment: Astute Explorer is the latest game from the Cyber Security Challenge UK.
GCHQ certifies Master’s Degrees in Cyber Security The certification of six Master’s degrees in Cyber Security was announced by Minister for Cabinet Office when he visited GCHQ.
His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, Royal Patron of the Intelligence Services, today paid a visit to GCHQ Scarborough to commemorate the centenary of the oldest continually operating signals intelligence station in the world.
GCHQ representatives were at the Defence Academy at Shrivenham on 29 August to support the Cyber Security Challenge’s latest event, Cyber Camp.
The NCA has launched a campaign to alert the public to the dangers of internet crime.
GCHQ joined in by turning off the lights in one complete section of its Cheltenham Headquarters.
Rt.Hon Francis Maude - Minister for the Cabinet Office visited GCHQ as minister responsible for delivery of National Cyber Security Strategy to see the continued progress being made on cyber security.
GCHQ welcomed the Rt Hon Philip Hammond MP on his first visit to GCHQ’s Cheltenham headquarters since he was appointed Foreign Secretary on 15 July 2014.