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.

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

Video Overview of the 2013 Event

The FedCyber Wire

11 of the biggest healthcare data breaches of 2016

“Cybersecurity is bound to be one of the top health IT issues in 2017, as evidenced by the sheer number of data breaches that occurred throughout 2016. This year’s healthcare data breaches affected everything from hospitals to clinics to insurers, exposing millions of patients’ protected healt [...]

Learning From A Year of Security Breaches

“This year’s incidents involving APT groups notably focused their attacks directly on employee’s personal emails and endpoints. Whether they show up at the office with their personal devices won’t matter if they’re sharing credentials or access tokens on personal accounts and devices, or a [...]

Is the Ukraine Power Grid Under a Cyberattack?

“Today, only days from the 1-year anniversary of that first confirmed cyber-enabled attack on an electric power system, we are experiencing a bit of deja vu. Recent reports from Ukrainian media have indicated and increasing trend in malicious cyber-activity including distributed denial of service [...]

Cuba announces home internet trial scheme in Havana

“The Cuban government has announced a two-month trial scheme to allow internet access in private homes. State-run telecommunications company Etecsa will install internet in some 2,000 homes in the capital’s colonial district, Old Havana.” Source: Cuba announces home internet trial scheme in Ha [...]

Share Ransomware, Get Your Stuff Unlocked

“Popcorn Time encrypts files like most ransomware but it also offers the victim the choice to either pay cash (one bitcoin) or to spread the link, reports the Guardian. But like any other share-deal, it’s not enough to just send out the link: Two people have to pay up.” Source: Share Via OODA [...]