Gordon Corera Biography
Gordon Corera is a security journalist for the BBC. He writes on terrorism, spying, cyber security, and other relevant topics in the UK and abroad. He served as a foreign reporter for the Today show on Radio 4 before taking the position in 2004. He has worked at the BBC since 1997.
How old is Gordon Corera? – Age
He was born in the British capital of London in 1974. He is 48 years as of 2022.
What nationality is Gordon Corera?
Where did Gordon Corera go to school? – Education
Corera attended University College School, an elite boys’ school in Hampstead, northwest London, before moving on to St Peter’s College at Oxford, where he majored in Modern History, and Harvard University, where he pursued graduate studies in US foreign policy.
Gordon Corera Parents and siblings – Family
Corera was born in London; his father is from the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, and his mother is German. The family owns a house in Cavelossim in the western Indian state of Goa, which he claims he adores and returns to on a regular basis.
Gordon Corera’s wife and children
He has not stated whether he’s married or not. No one knows if he has kids as well.
What is Corera Salary?
Corera’s pay is being reconsidered.
Gordon Corera Net Worth
His net worth has been estimated to be between $1 and $5 million.
Gordon Corera Career
Corera was a member of President Bill Clinton’s re-election campaign team. In 1997, he began working for the BBC as a researcher, then as a reporter. He has been on Radio 4’s The World Tonight and BBC2’s Newsnight, as well as in the United States as the BBC’s State Department correspondent and as an analyst for the BBC’s coverage of the 2000 US presidential election. He was named foreign reporter for Radio 4’s Today program in 2001. He was designated BBC News’ security reporter in 2004. In 2009, Corera hosted MI6: A Century in the Shadows, a three-part history of the British Secret Intelligence Service on Radio 4.
- The Art of Betrayal: Life and Death in the British Secret Service (Orion 2011), about MI6, and Shopping for Bombs: Nuclear Proliferation, Global Insecurity, and the Rise and Fall of the A.Q. Khan Network (September 2006, ISBN 0-19-530495-0), about Abdul Qadeer Khan and Pakistan’s nuclear program, are two of Corera’s books.
- One of his books is Intercept: The Secret History of Computers and Spies, and another is Cyberspies: The Secret History of Surveillance, Hacking, and Digital Espionage. Corera wrote the introduction to Omar Nasiri’s book Inside the Jihad: A Spy’s Life with Al Qaeda. Russians Among Us: Sleeper Cells, Ghost Stories, and Putin’s Spies is Corera’s most recent book. The book goes into detail on the FBI and CIA investigations into Russian illegal immigration schemes.
His Twitter account is; Gordon Corera (@gordoncorera).