C. Jordan Howell is a doctoral candidate at the University of South Florida and the research coordinator for the Evidence-Based Cybersecurity Research Group at Georgia State University. Jordan received his master’s in criminology in 2016, a graduate certificate in digital forensics in 2017, and anticipates graduating with his Ph.D. in criminology in May, 2020. He has published several papers in theoretical criminology, and his main research interest is cybercrime. Currently, Jordan’s work focuses on cybercrime intervention using experimental designs and developing analytic strategies capable of predicting cybercrime involvement. Additionally, Jordan is dedicated to making cybercrime research more accessible to those entering the field, which he does through teaching various digital forensics courses at the graduate level.