GCHQ was pleased to support the Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford on 17-19 July 2015.
GCHQ today announced that it has certified a further six Master’s degrees in Cyber Security from universities across the country to support cyber security education in the UK.
The Foreign Secretary today highlights the important work of the Cheltenham based Centre for Cyber Assessment.
Sir Mark Waller’s 2014 report was presented to Parliament today.
The Investigatory Powers Tribunal has issued its third and final judgment on challenges raised by Liberty, Privacy International and others, to the lawfulness of the UK’s bulk interception powers and of the intelligence-sharing arrangements between the UK and the US National Security Agency.
Our Counter Terrorism and Serious Crime staff talk about what it's like to work on some of our most difficult challenges.
Current and former students and apprentices from GCHQ demonstrate innovative science and technology games.
After success in the UK public sector and industry the CESG Certified Professional scheme will now be available to cyber security professionals as a pilot in Canada, New Zealand, Australia and the US.
GCHQ has today launched a new series of placement schemes that will see technology students working alongside world-class technical experts inside the Cheltenham based intelligence and security agency’s iconic ‘Doughnut’ building.
The new scheme, launched by the Information Security Arm of GCHQ, provides government and industry with expert advice to meet their cyber security needs.