Gordon Corera Bio, Age, Family, Wife, School, BBC

By | June 3, 2024

Gordon Corera Biography

Gordon is a journalist and novelist from the United Kingdom. He happens to be a BBC’s Security Correspondent and a computer technology expert.

Gordon Corera Age

He was given birth to in the year 1974 in London. He is 47 years as of 2021.

Gordon Corera Education

Corera went to University College School, a private boys’ school located in Hampstead, northwest London, before moving on to St Peter’s College at the University of Oxford, where he trained Modern History, and thereafter Harvard University for a degree in US foreign policy.

Corera Wife – Family

He was born in London; his father hails from the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, and his mother is of German nationality. The family owns a property in Cavelossim in the western Indian state of Goa, that he claims he adores and comes back to on a regular basis.

Corera’s wife

There are no details about him dating anyone. No children of his have ever been heard of as well.

What is Corera Salary?

Corera’s salary is yet to be revealed to the general public.

Corera Net Worth

He has a net worth ranging between $1-$5 million.

Gordon Corera Career

Corera worked in President Bill Clinton’s re-election campaign. He started serving at the BBC in the year 1997 as a researcher and a reporter as well. He has worked on Radio 4’s The World Tonight and BBC2’s Newsnight, and in the US as the BBC’s State Department reporter and an analyst at the BBC’s coverage of the United States presidential election in the year 2000. Come 2001, he was chosen international correspondent for Radio 4’s Today program. In the year 2004, he was named BBC News’ security reporter.
Corera hosted MI6: A Century in the Shadows, a three-part history of Britain’s Secret Intelligence Service, on Radio 4 in the year 2009.

Corera’s books

Corera’s authored books are; The Art of Betrayal, Life and Death in the British Secret Service (Orion 2011) about MI6 and Shopping for Bombs, Global Insecurity, and the Rise and Fall of the A.Q. Khan Network (September 2006, Nuclear Proliferation, ISBN 0-19-530495-0) about Abdul Qadeer Khan and Pakistan’s nuclear program.
Intercept, The Secret History of Computers and Spies is among his books, Cyberspies, The Secret History of Surveillance, Digital Espionage and Hacking. Corera wrote the preface to Omar Nasiri’s book Inside the Jihad: A Spy’s Life with Al Qaeda. Corera’s latest book is Russians Among Us: Sleeper Cells, Putin’s Spies and Ghost Stories. The book delves into the FBI as well as CIA investigations into Russian illegal immigration operations.

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