William L. Tafoya, University of New Haven

Director of Research Professor West Haven, Connecticut WTafoya@newhaven.edu Office: (203) 479-4507

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William Tafoya, Ph.D., , is director of research for the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences, director of the National Security Program and coordinator of the forensic computer investigation program. He spent 20 years as a special agent in the Federal Bureau of Investig...

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William Tafoya, Ph.D., , is director of research for the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences, director of the National Security Program and coordinator of the forensic computer investigation program. He spent 20 years as a special agent in the Federal Bureau of Investigation and worked as a digital forensics analyst at Computer Sciences Corp. He has published extensively on intrusion detection and international terrorism and is interested in analytical (software) tools in intelligence studies, as well as behavioral assessments of computer criminals. He is a nationally recognized expert on cyber-terrorism. He also has studied Al Qaeda and has published research about Osama Bin Laden. Tafoya is well known for the accuracy of his 1993 profile of the Unabomber, completed two years before Theodore Kaczynski was arrested.

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