The FBI has arrested Harold Thomas Martin III, a contractor at the National Security Agency, for stealing "highly classified information," according to a Department of Justice statement released on Wednesday.
News of an arrest was first reported by the New York Times, which wrote on Wednesday that an unnamed contractor "stole and disclosed highly classified computer codes developed to hack into the networks of foreign governments.
WASHINGTON, Oct 5 (Reuters) - The FBI has arrested a contractor for the National Security Agency and is probing whether he stole and disclosed highly classified computer "source code" developed to hack into the networks of Russia, C...
Harold T. Martin, III allegedly removed classified information and stored it at his Maryland home.
The FBI recently arrested an NSA contractor for allegedly stealing a secret code developed to “hack into the networks of foreign governments,” the New York Times reports, earning him or her instant comparisons to Edward Snowden—exce...
Prosecutors allege Harold Thomas Martin III mishandled classified material.