Howard W. Cox is a former federal prosecutor and Senior Intelligence Service officer. After almost 40 years of federal service, he retired as the Assistant Inspector General for Investigations of the Central Intelligence Agency. Prior to his employment with the CIA, Mr. Cox was the Assistant Deputy Chief of the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section of the Department of Justice, where he was responsible for supervising criminal prosecutions of federal hacking and identity theft cases. While at the Department of Justice, Mr. Cox received the Attorney General’s Distinguished Service Award. Mr. Cox is currently an adjunct professor at George Washington University, where he teaches graduate level courses in computer forensics. He received his AB degree from Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ, and his law degree from Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, DC.
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Criminal Law & Procedure Practice Group Podcast
July 20, 2016
Federalist Society Review, Volume 17, Issue 1
March 31, 2016