Andy Greenberg has covered the information security and privacy beat for Forbes since 2007, with frequent detours into digital miscellania like switches, servers, supercomputers, search, e-books, online censorship, robots, and China. His favorite stories are the ones where nonfiction resembles science fiction. His favorite sources usually have the word "research" in their titles.
Since he joined Forbes, his job has taken him from an autonomous car race in the California desert all the way to Beijing, where he wrote the first English-language cover story on the Chinese search billionaire Robin Li, for Forbes Asia. Black hats, white hats, cyborgs, cyberspies, idiot savants and even CEOs are welcome to email him at agreenberg (at) forbes.com.