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Andrew Martin


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Past articles by Andrew:

When Employees Leave, Sensitive Data Can Leave With Them

Disgruntled workers can take corporate secrets or get careless with them. → Read More

Banks Open Data-Protection Vault to Other Financial Businesses

Sheltered Harbor offers a way to restore crucial files lost in hacker attacks. → Read More

CrowdStrike Tumbles After Revenue Forecast Misses Estimates

CrowdStrike Holdings Inc. fell 21% on Wednesday after the cybersecurity company gave a revenue outlook for the current period that fell short of analysts’ estimates. → Read More

Russia’s Cyberwar on Ukraine Aims to Damage Psyche Not Pocketbook

Hi, it’s Andy on the cyber team in New York. The latest cyberattacks in Ukraine are intended to create chaos and undermine the government. But first… Today’s top tech news: → Read More

State-Sponsored Russian Hackers Breached Defense Firms, U.S. Says

U.S. officials said Wednesday that Russian state-backed hackers have been targeting U.S. defense contractors for the last two years, acquiring “sensitive” information, including about weapons development. → Read More

What Is Election Hacking, and Can It Change Who Wins?

Americans have relied on computers to tally votes since at least 1964, when two Georgia counties used them to count punch-card ballots in a primary election. Over time, high-tech election systems largely supplanted paper ballots and gear-and-lever machinary, a trend hastened by the contested 2000 presidential election between George W. Bush and Al Gore. (Remember hanging chads?) But ever-greater… → Read More

Manafort’s Mystery Lender Battles Mueller to Remain Shrouded

The company that made a $1 million loan to Paul Manafort’s family is fighting to keep secret who provided the money, despite requests from Special Counsel Robert Mueller. → Read More

Did Sessions Quit or Get Fired? Mueller’s Fate May Hang on the Answer

U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller could challenge the appointment of Matt Whitaker, the acting attorney general, by saying that Attorney General Jeff Sessions didn’t leave voluntarily but was forced out by the president, a former federal prosecutor said. → Read More

A Congressman, a Drug Promoter, and Now an Accused Criminal

For years Chris Collins, a congressman from New York, seemed to work all the angles for an obscure biotech company in faraway Australia. → Read More

Here’s the Evidence Mueller Will Show to Paul Manafort Jurors

On the eve of Paul Manafort’s tax and bank fraud trial, U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller says he has pictures. → Read More

Manafort's Ex-Son-In-Law Is Said to Plead Guilty and Help U.S.

Paul Manafort’s former son-in-law has pleaded guilty in a fraud investigation and is cooperating with government investigators, according to a person familiar with the probe. → Read More

Trump Tower Meet Organizer First Dangled Putin Meeting

Donald Trump’s bid for the U.S. presidency was just weeks old in 2015 when the offers for Russian meetings and calls started. → Read More

Oligarch Steered Cash to Michael Cohen’s Account, Avenatti Says

A company tied to a Russian oligarch sent $500,000 last year to a firm that lawyer Michael Cohen used to pay hush money to Stormy Daniels, according to attorney Michael Avenatti. → Read More

Russian Oligarch Tied To Trump’s Lawyer In Stormy Bombshell

A company tied to a Russian oligarch sent $500,000 last year to an entity that lawyer Michael Cohen used to pay hush money to a porn actress who said she had a sexual encounter with President Donald Trump, according to attorney Michael Avenatti. → Read More

Democrats Seek Subpoena of Chicago Bank Over Manafort Loans

Two Democratic lawmakers are pushing for the House Oversight Committee to issue a subpoena to force the Federal Savings Bank in Chicago to turn over documents related to its loans to former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. → Read More

Manafort Lender Asked About Pentagon Job After Trump Win, Lawmaker Says

Banker Stephen Calk inquired about a Defense Department job days after Donald Trump won the presidential election, Representative Elijah Cummings said. → Read More

These New Pharma Bros Are Wreaking Havoc on Prescription Drug Prices

A Chicago-based duo is selling a simple strategy — and companies they’ve worked with have raised prices on drugs as much as 4,116%. → Read More

Ex-Trump Associate Outlines Decades of Spy Work for U.S.

Felix Sater, a felon and former business associate of President Donald Trump, claims he was a crucial informant on some of the largest U.S. intelligence efforts of the past two decades, including the hunt for Osama Bin Laden, North Korea nuclear weapons and an attempted assassination of George W. Bush. → Read More

U.S. Says Manafort Secretly Paid Ex-EU Leaders to Pitch Ukraine

They were informally called the “Hapsburg group,” a misspelled reference to the monarchy that ruled parts of central Europe through World War I. → Read More

Meeting That Gates Admits Lying About Matches Rohrabacher Dinner

“The subject of Ukraine came up in passing,” the lawmaker’s spokesman said. → Read More