Gordon Corera is Security Correspondent for BBC News. He covers terrorism, cyber-security, spying and other related issues in the UK and around the world. Before taking on the role in 2004 he worked for the Today programme on Radio 4 as a foreign reporter. He was educated at Oxford and Harvard Universities and joined the BBC in 1997. He has presented documentaries and written a number of books relating to espionage and security, including ‘MI6: Life and Death in the British Secret Service” and most recently ‘Russians Among Us: Sleeper Cells, Ghost Stories and the hunt for Putin’s agents’.