Daniel T. Andrews
Director, Computer Crime Investigative Unit
U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command
Director Andrews assumed command of the U.S. Army Computer Crime
Investigative Unit on June 29, 2012. Headquartered in Quantico, Virginia,
with field elements at various domestic and overseas locations, the Computer
Crime Investigative Unit is the U.S. Army's sole entity for conducting
worldwide criminal investigations of computer intrusions and related
national security threats affecting the Department of the Army.
Since 1993, Mr. Andrews has served in a variety of investigative, operational, and leadership positions within the U.S. Army Criminal
Investigation Command. He conducted a broad range of felony criminal
investigations while assigned to CID field offices at Fort Wainwright,
Alaska, and Fort Stewart, Georgia. In 1996, Mr. Andrews entered the
supervisory ranks as Chief of the Drug Suppression Team at Fort Stewart,
where he led narcotics interdiction investigations in the states of Georgia
and Florida. Mr. Andrews next served as the Assistant Special Agent in
Charge of the Camp Red Cloud CID Office, Republic of Korea. In 1998, he was
selected to be Special Agent in Charge of the Camp Howze CID Office,
Republic of Korea. At his next assignment, he served as Chief,
Investigative Support at the Washington Resident Agency at Fort Myer,
Virginia. Following the terror attacks of September 11, 2001, Mr. Andrews
was assigned to the Protective Services Unit, Fort Belvoir, Virginia, where
he served as Mission Special Agent in Charge for worldwide dignitary
protection missions for the Secretary and Deputy Secretary of Defense. Mr.
Andrews also served as an operations manager at the U.S. Army Computer
Emergency Response Team, Fort Belvoir, Virginia, where he synchronized
Army-wide cyber defense activities with law enforcement,
counterintelligence, and cyberspace operations stakeholders.
Prior to his current assignment, Mr. Andrews served as Deputy Director and
Operations Officer of the Computer Crime Investigative Unit, where he
oversaw the unit's global cyber investigations and operations, management of
the headquarters staff, and interagency liaison efforts.
Mr. Andrews attended the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and
Excelsior College, where he graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of
Science degree in Criminal Justice. He has served as a part-time criminal
justice instructor at Central Texas College.
Mr. Andrews is an active member of several professional organizations,
including the International Association of Chiefs of Police, the High
Technology Crime Investigation Association, the Information Systems Security
Association, the International Association of Computer Investigative
Specialists, and the International Information Systems Forensics