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Professor Adam Scott Wandt is available for media requests on the following topics:

• Digital Forensics and Cyber Security
• 3D Printing
• Drone Technology
• Computer and Network Hacking
• Federal and State Computer and Technology Law
• Advanced Emerging Technology
• Academic Technology

Professor Wandt has recently been interviewed in the following articles/segments: 

• Chan, M. (2019, February 12). Time Magazine: "Betrayals, a $100 Million Bribery and a Netflix Star: These Are the 7 Biggest Bombshells From El Chapo’s Trial." Retrieved from:

• DiPierro, A. (2018, December 5). The Palm Springs Desert Sun: "Coachella Valley Price Radio System Will Cut Access to Local Media, Including the Desert Sun." Retrieved from.

• Bruner, B. (2018, November 22). The Columbus Dispatch: "Social media expansion helps sheriff's office build trust, followers." Retrieved from

• St. Amour, M. (2018, October 11). Times-Call Local News: "Longmont Police Scanners Go Silent for Unannounced "Pilot Project." Retrieved from

• Hobson, J. (2018, January 22). NPR Here & Now: "Snapchat 'Has Become A Haven' For Child Predators, Criminal Justice Scholar Says." Retrieved from

• Gavin, R. (2017, September 25). Times Union: "Google Technology Ruling Delays Oquendo Murder Case in Troy." Retrieved from

• Wolfe, J. (2017, May 16). New York Today: How to Beat the Hackers.” The New York Times. Retrieved from

• Barchenger, S. (2017, March 19). The Tennessean (USA Network): Nashville Police to Search Jocques Clemmons' Social Media. Retrieved from

• Margulis, A. (2017, March 6). Citizen Times: "Police Get Social to Solve Crimes, Build Community Connections." Retrieved from

• Locke, C. (2016, October 18). Wired: "True Crime Podcasts Bring Closure - And Maybe Even Reform." Retrieved from

• Cheng, P. (2016, August 4). NBC 4 I-Team: New York's 'Revenge Porn' Law Doesn't Protect People Who Took Photos Willingly. NBC 4 News. Retrieved from

• Denselow, W. (2016, July 29). CCVT News (America): My Panda: New app gives users security alerts. Retrieved from

• Wandt, A., Webb, A. (2016, March 23). Bloomberg TV News: How FBI Could Hack Gunman’s iPhone Without Apple. Retrieved from

• Smythe, C. (2016, March 16). Bloomberg Technology: How Apple Helped Me Crack iPhones Like Clockwork. Retrieved from

• Sydell, L. (2016, February 19). NPR News (WNYC): Can A 1789 Law Apply To An iPhone? Retrieved from

• Thompson, M., Espinosa, E. (2015, JULY 18). KFI AM 640 Interview: Eddie Tipton Lottery Fraud Trial Interview. Retrieved from

• Quijano, E. (2015, JULY 15). CBS This Morning: Lotto worker on trial in $16.5 million fraud case. Retrieved from

• Cheng, P-S. (2015, JULY 3). I-Team: New Devices Put Key Fob Car Owners at Risk for Theft. Retrieved from

• Cheng, P-S. (2015, June 11). I-Team: New Cyberattacks Lock Out Hundreds of Thousands From Own Devices, Demand Ransom. Retrieved from

• Vigliotti, J. (2014, November 25). I-team: Hacker posts private live streams of hundreds in tri-state. WNBC4 New York. Retrieved from

• Pegoraro, R. (2014, November 18). Why the cops hate the new apple and google phones. Yahoo Tech. Retrieved from

• Rivoli, D. (2014, September 2). How to protect yourself online: Tips from experts. AM New York. Retrieved from

• Rosenthal, L. (2014, September 1). Data security and your smartphone. NYS Assembly Newsletter. Retrieved from

• Cheng, P-S. (2014, August 26). Data safety tips for cellphone upgrades. WNBC4 New York.