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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.

2015 FedCyber Date Announced - Registration Open

This year's event will be held on November 10, 2015 in Tyson's Corner. Register today at Events.FedCyber.Com

FedCyber 2014 Overview

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The FedCyber Wire

Hacker ‘Guccifer’ Sentenced to 52 Months

“The Romanian hacker who shared George W. Bush paintings with the world and says he found Hillary Clinton’s private email server was sentenced to 52 months in federal prison, says a Justice Department statement.” Source: Hacker ‘Guccifer’ Sentenced to 52 Months – Nextgov.com Via OODA Lo [...]


Who’s in Charge of Regulating the Internet of Things?

“The ‘internet of things’ refers to a group of technology so vast the term is beginning to lose meaning. The internet of things hints at a vision of a ubiquitous network of electronics: refrigerators pinging their owners’ smartphones if they’ve run out of eggs, wearable devices that can d [...]


TechNet Augusta 2016: US Army Networks and Services

ChrisScott This is the second in our series of posts on US Army systems and mission needs based on the AFCEA Augusta Technet. The first was an overview you can find at: TechNet Augusta 2016 “Cyber in the Combined Arms Fight” Networks and Services.  The Army is emphasizing the “convergence of [...]


TechNet Augusta 2016: US Army Networks and Services

ChrisScott This is the second in our series of posts on US Army systems and mission needs based on the AFCEA Augusta Technet. The first was an overview you can find at: TechNet Augusta 2016 “Cyber in the Combined Arms Fight” Networks and Services.  The Army is emphasizing the “convergence of [...]


ITAM Isn’t Sexy. But We Need It!

Nathaniel Crocker Kids love toys. The main difference between children and adults is the cost of their toys. Young kids love a Hot Wheels car and it’s only $2.99. Older kids need a Transformer for $24.99. At 50, a new Tesla Roadster sets you back $109,000. But wow, what a car! Zero-to-sixty in 3.7 [...]


ITAM Isn’t Sexy. But We Need It!

Nathaniel Crocker Kids love toys. The main difference between children and adults is the cost of their toys. Young kids love a Hot Wheels car and it’s only $2.99. Older kids need a Transformer for $24.99. At 50, a new Tesla Roadster sets you back $109,000. But wow, what a car! Zero-to-sixty in 3.7 [...]


Iran’s Own Internet

“The country announced Sunday it had completed the first of three stages that will eventually set up a ‘national internet’—an intranet, really—controlled by the government, with all of its servers in the country. Iranians will only have access to content, services and applications based [...]


Hacker Shows Us How to Unlock a Laptop Using an NSA Tool

“Around Christmas in 2013, a German newsmagazine published a large cache of leaked NSA files, detailing several spy tools used by the NSA. The leaked documents were dubbed ANT (Advanced Network Techniques) Catalog, and showed that the US spy agency had a wide array of tools to spy on people’s Vi [...]