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.

2014 FedCyber Date Announced - Registration Open

Please visit to register for this year's event which will be held on November 5, 2014 in Tyson's Corner.

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The FedCyber Wire

Analytics 2014: Insights For Mission Impact

By Bob Gourley We are partnering with the highly regarded community-focused United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) to coordinate this event. If you are an analyst please join us, we are looking for people with lessons to share and a desire to find new approaches to big problems. [...]

Mobility in DoD – Let’s get this SHOW ON THE ROAD!

By ChrisScott Ever since I discovered that I could be productive AWAY from my desk, I have been addicted to mobility! I guess you probably are too. And, we take it completely for granted! I can solve 90% of my work requirements directly from my incredibly smart smart-phone! But when I hang out with [...]

Continuous Monitoring – Part 2

By George Romas I previously wrote about the various “functional areas” of continuous monitoring. According to the federal model, there are 15 functional areas comprising a comprehensive continuous monitoring solution, as shown in the graphic below: These functional areas are grouped into the fo [...]

Good Technology Acquires Fixmo Security Business

By Bob Gourley Editor’s note: As I have previously mentioned, I’m very proud to be an advisor to Fixmo. They have a great portfolio of technologies needed by enterprises today and are helping make mobile workforces more secure, agile and productive. I believe this acquisition by Good Technologie [...]

China tries to limit damage from cyber spying spat

“China tried Wednesday to cool a dispute with Washington over cyber spying, reminding the United States of its need for Chinese help over North Korea and appealing to it not to hurt cooperation in anti-terrorism and other areas.” Source: China tries to limit damage from cyber spying spat – The [...]

Google Offers ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ Form in Europe

“Google Inc. created a website and formed a committee of Internet experts to help the company handle requests from European residents asserting their new ‘right to be forgotten’ online. Earlier this month, Europe’s top court ruled that people can ask Internet search engines to remove links t [...]

Pew Report: The Internet of Things

By ShannonPerry The Pew Research Center Internet Project, one of the current initiatives overseen by Pew Research, is attempting to mark the World Wide Web’s 25th anniversary with a thorough look at the Internet’s future. The most recent report is called the Internet of Things, a phrase for mode [...]

Ukraine cyber war escalates alongside violence

“Hostilities in Ukraine have been mirrored by a shadow cyber war where both sides have opened up an online front, a new analysis of internet traffic suggests. The number of cyber attacks traded between Ukraine and Russia appears to have risen sharply as relations have worsened with the overthrow o [...]