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About FedCyber

FedCyber is an annual cybersecurity event hosted by Matt Devost & Bob Gourley that brings together several hundred attendees to advance the dialogue on critical enterprise and federal government challenges. The FedCyber web site serves as the community nexus and information aggregator.

Video Overview of the 2013 Event

The FedCyber Wire

Target data breach: 110m Customers Impacted Now

“A revelation by Target showed its holiday data breach spanned far wider than originally expected, raising new questions about exactly how such an expansive hack took place. The retailer said Friday that its investigation had uncovered an additional 70 million customers may have had their names, m [...]


Target estimates breach affected up to 110 million

“The massive data heist at Target stores across the country was more massive than previously revealed, with the retailer saying at least 70 to 110 million customers were hit — making it one of the largest security breaches of its kind.” Source: Target estimates breach affected up to 110 millio [...]


Firm Bankrupted by Cyberheist Sues Bank

“A California escrow firm that was forced out of business last year after a $1.5 million cyberheist is now suing its former bank to recoup the lost funds. A state-appointed receiver for the now defunct Huntington Beach, Calif. based Efficient Services Escrow has filed suit against First Foundation [...]


Google Glass and National Security Missions

By Bob Gourley At this link and at the clip embedded below I capture some thoughts regarding Google Glass and national security missions. Do you have ideas/thoughts/suggestions relevant to this discussion? I would love your feedback via any channel convenient to you, including of course your social [...]


Google Glass and National Security Missions

By Bob Gourley At this link and at the clip embedded below I capture some thoughts regarding Google Glass and national security missions. Do you have ideas/thoughts/suggestions relevant to this discussion? I would love your feedback via any channel convenient to you, including of course your social [...]


Yahoo malware attack affects thousands of users

“Thousands of Yahoo.com visitors were served with malicious software due to a security breach on the Yahoo! ad network. Security blog Fox-IT discovered the breach on Friday, writing: ’Clients visiting yahoo.com received advertisements served by ads.yahoo.com. Some of the advertisements are m [...]


24 Mexican Government Websites Hacked by Anonymous

“Anonymous hackers have breached and defaced around a couple of dozen websites hosted on Mexican government domains. The targeted sites are the ones of the cities of Angangueo (angangueo.gob.mx), Villa Guerrero (villaguerrero.gob.mx), Capulhuac (capulhuac.gob.mx), Aporo (aporo.gob.mx), Nahuatzen ( [...]


Skype’s Blog Hacked By Syrian Electronic Army

“The Syrian Electronic Army, an anonymous group of hackers sympathetic to the regime of al-Assad, seems to have gained access to the official Skype blog and left behind an anti-spying post.” Source: Skype’s Blog Hacked By Syrian Electronic Army – Business Insider Via OODA Loop [...]