Luke Dembosky is Deputy Assistant Attorney General at the Department of Justice National Security Division (NSD), where he manages NSD's newly created portfolio covering protection of national assets, including efforts to combat economic espionage, proliferation, and cyber-based national security threats, as well as its work on the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States. Before joining NSD, Dembosky served as Deputy Chief for Litigation at the Criminal Division's Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section. He previously served as the DOJ representative at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow, Russia, where he represented DOJ to Russia on matters of transnational crime, including cybercrime and intellectual property crimes, and worked with Russian law enforcement and other government officials to build cooperation between the two countries. Prior to working in Moscow, Dembosky was based in Pittsburgh as a member of DOJ's Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property (CHIP) network of federal prosecutors. He has been involved in some of the largest and most groundbreaking cyber-crime prosecutions and disruptions in U.S. history, including the GameOver Zeus botnet disruption, coordination of the Silk Road takedown, and U.S. v. Max Ray Butler. Prior to entering government service, Dembosky worked in civil practice at a Philadelphia law firm, and clerked for Judge Richard L. Nygaard of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.