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Thomas D. Ralph

Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General
Chief, Cyber Crime Division
Boston, MA, USA


Thomas Ralph is the Chief of Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey’s Cybercrime Division. The Cybercrime Division investigates and prosecutes complex criminal cases involving digital evidence with state-wide significance or multi-jurisdictional components including data theft and intrusion cases. In addition, the Division coordinates the development and implementation of a comprehensive statewide approach to the prevention, investigation and prosecution of crimes with a cyber component. Mr. Ralph is co-author of Cyber Crime Investigations: Bridging the gaps between security professionals, law enforcement, and prosecutors (Syngress 2007). He graduated cum laude from Case Western Reserve University School of Law, where he served as editor on the school’s Law Review. Mr. Ralph has served an Assistant District Attorney in the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office and Assistant Attorney General in the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office.
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