Minnesota cyber-security consultant honored by FBI for saving woman from attacker

Matt Gorham, a special agent supervisor, at the FBI's Washington Field Office presents an award to Andy Borene, a Minnesota cyber-security consultant.

Matt Gorham, a special agent supervisor, at the FBI’s Washington Field Office presents an award to Andy Borene, a Minnesota cyber-security consultant.

Minnesotan Andrew Borene, a consultant on cyber-security and the law to the U.S. Director of National Intelligence, was honored this month by the FBI for heroism that had nothing to do with cyber-crime.

Borene, an attorney and former Marine officer, was recognized by the FBI’s Washington field office of the with the “Director’s Award for Exceptional Service in the Public Interest” for rescuing a woman who was being beaten by a man on a Washington-area highway in March.

Borene works as a Booz Allen Hamilton consultant to the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA), an arm

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