Andrew Levchuk practices law in Massachusetts and focuses on cybersecurity and criminal defense. He spent 24 years at the US Department of Justice. Levchuk served for 11 of those years as an Assistant US Attorney for the District of Massachusetts, and subsequently held positions in Washington in the Criminal Division's Public Integrity Section and in the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section. He has contributed chapters on cybersecurity law to the ABA's annual State of Criminal Justice. In 2014 he received the Assistant Attorney General’s Exceptional Service Award for work on the successful corruption prosecution of former Congressman Richard Renzi. Levchuk received his BA in mathematics from the University of Chicago and his JD from NYU School of Law. He is a CISSP.