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7

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10

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1

About CA Technologies

CA Technologies (NASDAQ: CA) is a provider of IT management software and solutions, helping organizations of all sizes develop, manage, and secure complex IT environments that increase productivity and enhance their competitiveness across a wide range of environments such as mainframe, distributed, cloud, and mobile.

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520 Madison Avenue 22nd Floor

New York, New York, 10022,

United States

800-225-5224

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Ex-U.S. attorney hired in legislative probe of Suffolk cyberattack

Jan 24, 2023

Ex-U.S. attorney hired in legislative probe of Suffolk cyberattack Richard Donoghue, then U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, on Feb. 12, 2019. Credit: Getty Images/Drew Angerer By Vera Chinese vera.chinese@newsday.com January 23, 2023 8:00 pm Richard Donoghue, a former U.S. Attorney in the Eastern District who also held a key role in the Department of Justice during the Trump administration, has been hired as counsel for a special committee to investigate the cyberattack on Suffolk County computer systems. The special panel formed by the Suffolk County Legislature will probe the origins of the hack, which was discovered Sept. 8 and disrupted a range of county services, delaying payments to vendors and preventing access to county emails. Donoghue in his role will assist the committee in questioning witnesses, preparing potential subpoenas and organizing evidence, county officials said. “He has a law pedigree that's unmatched in legal fields … and we're very, very happy that he's on board,” said Legis. Anthony Piccirillo (R-Holtsville), who will lead the bipartisan panel. The other members are Presiding Officer of the Legislature Kevin McCaffrey (R-Lindenhurst); James Mazzarella (R-Moriches); Rob Trotta (R-Fort Salonga); Jason Richberg (D-West Babylon), the minority leader; and Sarah Anker (D-Mount Sinai). The legislature’s investigation is separate from those conducted by law enforcement agencies and the analysis by Palo Alto Networks Inc, which was hired by the county attorney’s office. Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone has said he is supportive of the committee’s efforts. “This is hopefully a shared endeavor in the sense of everyone trying to get to the bottom of it and make sure it can't happen again,” Donoghue said in an interview Monday. County officials have said that the hack came from the BlackCat, or ALPHV, strain of ransomware and that the hackers had demanded a $2.5 million ransom which the county did not pay. Donoghue said the committee could convene as soon as February but will likely take several months to complete its investigation. “This is a great step in the right direction,” Richberg said. “I think that it's important that we're going to be able to start the committee soon and start work … to get to the bottom of what happened with the cyberattack and to come up with realistic next steps for us to move forward.” Donoghue, currently a partner in the corporate investigations and white collar defense practice at the international law firm Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, served as U.S. principal assistant deputy attorney general from 2020 until 2021. He and former Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen made news when it was discovered that in December 2020 they refused to sign on to a letter undermining the results of the presidential election in Georgia. Donoghue also has appeared before the House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021 attacks on the capital. Piccirillo said the committee chose Donoghue in part because he has shown himself to be “above the political fray.” “This isn't a partisan issue,” Piccirillo said. “This is a bipartisan committee and we're looking to get answers about what happened here, first and foremost, and then make sure that it never happens again.” Donoghue said his background as both chief litigator for the former CA Technologies and the years he spent working on cyber cases as a federal prosecutor make him qualified for job. He pointed to convictions in a case involving 150,000 corporate news releases which were hacked before their intended releases and used for insider trading. Donoghue will be paid $850 per hour for his work, while associates with his firm would be paid $690 per hour and attorneys working on discovery would be paid $300 per hour, according to the legislature’s counsel Bill Duffy. The money would be paid from the legislature’s annual $100,000 outside counsel budget and the contract was expected to be finalized Monday evening, Duffy said. McCaffrey said the committee would issue a final report on its findings although he could not say how much of that information would eventually become public. “I think we need to find where the gaps are in our system, avoid the finger pointing and get this fixed,” he said. Richard Donoghue, a former U.S. Attorney in the Eastern District who also held a key role in the Department of Justice during the Trump administration, has been hired as counsel for a special committee to investigate the cyberattack on Suffolk County computer systems. The special panel formed by the Suffolk County Legislature will probe the origins of the hack, which was discovered Sept. 8 and disrupted a range of county services, delaying payments to vendors and preventing access to county emails. Donoghue in his role will assist the committee in questioning witnesses, preparing potential subpoenas and organizing evidence, county officials said. “He has a law pedigree that's unmatched in legal fields … and we're very, very happy that he's on board,” said Legis. Anthony Piccirillo (R-Holtsville), who will lead the bipartisan panel. The other members are Presiding Officer of the Legislature Kevin McCaffrey (R-Lindenhurst); James Mazzarella (R-Moriches); Rob Trotta (R-Fort Salonga); Jason Richberg (D-West Babylon), the minority leader; and Sarah Anker (D-Mount Sinai). Sign up for the NewsdayTV newsletter From breaking news to special features and documentaries, the NewsdayTV team is covering the issues that matter to you. Sign up By clicking Sign up, you agree to our privacy policy . The legislature’s investigation is separate from those conducted by law enforcement agencies and the analysis by Palo Alto Networks Inc, which was hired by the county attorney’s office. Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone has said he is supportive of the committee’s efforts. “This is hopefully a shared endeavor in the sense of everyone trying to get to the bottom of it and make sure it can't happen again,” Donoghue said in an interview Monday. County officials have said that the hack came from the BlackCat, or ALPHV, strain of ransomware and that the hackers had demanded a $2.5 million ransom which the county did not pay. Donoghue said the committee could convene as soon as February but will likely take several months to complete its investigation. “This is a great step in the right direction,” Richberg said. “I think that it's important that we're going to be able to start the committee soon and start work … to get to the bottom of what happened with the cyberattack and to come up with realistic next steps for us to move forward.” Donoghue, currently a partner in the corporate investigations and white collar defense practice at the international law firm Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, served as U.S. principal assistant deputy attorney general from 2020 until 2021. He and former Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen made news when it was discovered that in December 2020 they refused to sign on to a letter undermining the results of the presidential election in Georgia. Donoghue also has appeared before the House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021 attacks on the capital. Piccirillo said the committee chose Donoghue in part because he has shown himself to be “above the political fray.” “This isn't a partisan issue,” Piccirillo said. “This is a bipartisan committee and we're looking to get answers about what happened here, first and foremost, and then make sure that it never happens again.” Donoghue said his background as both chief litigator for the former CA Technologies and the years he spent working on cyber cases as a federal prosecutor make him qualified for job. He pointed to convictions in a case involving 150,000 corporate news releases which were hacked before their intended releases and used for insider trading. Donoghue will be paid $850 per hour for his work, while associates with his firm would be paid $690 per hour and attorneys working on discovery would be paid $300 per hour, according to the legislature’s counsel Bill Duffy. The money would be paid from the legislature’s annual $100,000 outside counsel budget and the contract was expected to be finalized Monday evening, Duffy said. McCaffrey said the committee would issue a final report on its findings although he could not say how much of that information would eventually become public. “I think we need to find where the gaps are in our system, avoid the finger pointing and get this fixed,” he said. By Vera Chinese

CA Technologies Investments

4 Investments

CA Technologies has made 4 investments. Their latest investment was in SleepMed as part of their Unattributed VC - VII on April 4, 2015.

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Company

Amount

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4/9/2015

Unattributed VC - VII

SleepMed

$5M

No

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4/10/2013

Unattributed VC - VI

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6/17/2010

Corporate Minority

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10/6/2000

Series B

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4/9/2015

4/10/2013

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10/6/2000

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Unattributed VC - VII

Unattributed VC - VI

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Series B

Company

SleepMed

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CA Technologies Portfolio Exits

7 Portfolio Exits

CA Technologies has 7 portfolio exits. Their latest portfolio exit was Layer 7 Technologies on November 09, 2022.

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Companies

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11/9/2022

Acquired - II

$99M

2

9/30/2021

Acquired - II

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9/23/2019

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11/5/2018

Acq - Fin

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7/31/2014

Divestiture

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11/9/2022

9/30/2021

9/23/2019

11/5/2018

7/31/2014

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Acquired - II

Acquired - II

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CA Technologies Acquisitions

48 Acquisitions

CA Technologies acquired 48 companies. Their latest acquisition was SourceClear on April 09, 2018.

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Companies

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4/9/2018

Series A

$99M

$11.5M

Acquired

3

9/29/2017

Series A

$99M

$7.1M

Acquired

1

6/16/2017

$99M

Acquired

1

3/6/2017

Series E+

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12/1/2016

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$99M

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Total Funding

$11.5M

$7.1M

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CA Technologies Partners & Customers

10 Partners and customers

CA Technologies has 10 strategic partners and customers. CA Technologies recently partnered with Streamweaver on November 11, 2018.

Date

Type

Business Partner

Country

News Snippet

Sources

11/1/2018

Partner

United States

1

9/19/2018

Partner

Switzerland

Swisscom and CA Technologies Partner to Launch Innovative Open Banking Hub

NEW YORK -- -- CA Technologies today announced that it is partnering with Swisscom in a strategic alliance to create an innovative Open .

3

6/28/2018

Partner

United States

DLT Now a Public Sector Distributor of CA Technologies Solutions. DLT Solutions Partners with CA Technologies to Distribute Innovative Software to the Public Sector.

HERNDON , Va. -LRB- June 28 , 2018 -RRB- - DLT Solutions , an award-winning , public sector technology leader , today announced a new partnership with CA Technologies to deliver innovative software and applications to the public sector .

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6/11/2018

Partner

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6/11/2018

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Partner

Partner

Partner

Partner

Business Partner

Country

United States

Switzerland

United States

United States

United States

News Snippet

Swisscom and CA Technologies Partner to Launch Innovative Open Banking Hub

NEW YORK -- -- CA Technologies today announced that it is partnering with Swisscom in a strategic alliance to create an innovative Open .

DLT Now a Public Sector Distributor of CA Technologies Solutions. DLT Solutions Partners with CA Technologies to Distribute Innovative Software to the Public Sector.

HERNDON , Va. -LRB- June 28 , 2018 -RRB- - DLT Solutions , an award-winning , public sector technology leader , today announced a new partnership with CA Technologies to deliver innovative software and applications to the public sector .

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CA Technologies Service Providers

1 Service Provider

CA Technologies has 1 service provider relationship

Service Provider

Associated Rounds

Provider Type

Service Type

Acq - P2P

Merchant Bank

Financial Advisor

Service Provider

Associated Rounds

Acq - P2P

Provider Type

Merchant Bank

Service Type

Financial Advisor

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CA Technologies Team

142 Team Members

CA Technologies has 142 team members, including current Chief Executive Officer, Michael Gregoire.

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Title

Status

Michael Gregoire

Chief Executive Officer

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