The D.C. U.S. Attorney’s Office Criminal Division chief is leaving the prosecutor’s office after 25 years of service for a job with Stroz Friedberg, a global risk management firm.
The firm announced that Thomas J. Hibarger will be a managing director in its Washington, D.C. office, focusing mainly on cyber crime detection and prevention and white collar crime investigations, according to a news release.
Hibarger most recently served as the Criminal Division Chief, overseeing about 70 Assistant U.S. Attorneys working on a variety of criminal cases. Previously, Hibarger was a computer hacking and intellectual property prosecutor, investigating cases of online identity theft, copyright infringement, phishing, among other crimes. He also worked as the office’s chief of the Superior Court Division and as a prosecutor in the violent crime and fraud and public corruption sections.
Hibarger is a graduate of Virginia Tech and George Mason University School of Law.