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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.

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The FedCyber Wire

The Three Most Common Myths in Enterprise Security

Editor’s note: This post by Invincea CEO Anup Ghosh first appeared at LinkedIn. We knew this would be of interest to you and posted it here with the author’s permission.-bg I’ll say it up front, your security program does not work because it is based on three common myths we hold as unquestion [...]

Boeing opens cybersecurity center in Singapore

“Boeing has opened a new cyber analytics center in Singapore, the company’s first such facility overseas. The center will train and equip cybersecurity personnel as well as serve as a regional center of excellence, according to a company announcement. It will also allow customers to share inform [...]

Voice-activated devices pose security threat

“Voice-activated smartphones and other devices can be a significant security risk, warn researchers. An expert at security firm AVG found some voice-activated systems responded just as well to fake voices as they did to that of the owner.” Source: BBC News – Voice-activated devices pose securi [...]

Finding And Winning The Right Opportunities in DoD

As I walk around the exhibit halls of DoD Conferences, I try to stop at every booth, no matter how briefly. In the short time I am there, I want to understand what that company does and how they think their capability can support DoD. I am always surprised by how much talent is out […] [...]

Web attacks build on Shellshock bug

A series of attacks on websites and servers using the serious Shellshock bug has been spotted. Millions of servers use software vulnerable to the bug, which lets attackers run commands on that system. So far, thousands of servers have been compromised via Shellshock and some have been used to bombar [...]