On this episode of Blunt Force Truth, Chuck and Mark are joined by Michael Guy and Bill Binney. Michael Guy is a rockstar turned cyber security and information technology expert. Billy Binney is a Rockstar in his own world, Bill is a former high-level National Security Agency intelligence officer and the NSA’s all-time top code breaker.
They kick off today’s show by discussing the ongoing criminal activity by our government and how they continue to hide the truth about it. Bill and Michael explain how our government does not use the tolls available to stop cyber attacks but instead uses these attacks to justify more funding.
Chuck and Mark ask Bill and Michael about the DNC server hacking and what really happened. Bill and Michael explain why the Russians were not the ones who hacked the server and how the NSA is able to find out who was behind the hacking.
They finish up by discussing how the government is monitoring all phone calls, text messages, and online communications. Bill explains how they use algorithms to identify communications that are monitored by individuals. Michael explains how big tech and the government has dirt on every citizen, and how it’s almost impossible to protect yourself from this.
More about Michael Guy and Bill Binney:
As CEO at ISM Security, Michael Guy has consulted for one of the largest security intelligence operations in the world. Michael has worked in the field of intelligence gathering for the now infamous 17 billion dollar Music Industry v Bertlesman / Napster case which to this date is the single largest case in Music Industry. ISM can process upwards of 35 billion potential security events per day across 70 counties via fault tolerant, redundant network operations centers.
Guy has been advising EMI, Warner, Universal Music group and KROLL global security as well as Republican campaign cyber strategist for the esteemed. Michael’s clients also include Peter Monroe who served as head of the Federal Housing Administration and Chairman of Resolution Trust under Presidents Bush SR and Bill Clinton regarding best security practices, criminal data discovery, anti-piracy frameworks and risk mitigation on a global basis.
Michael is a sought-after speaker on the subjects of Cyber Security, Russian Hacking claims cases, and Google Search Engineering. Guy regularly appears in both print and broadcast media, including BBC World Service, NPR, and Wired Magazine. Michael’s opinions have been solicited by members of Congress. Michael authored the advanced E-commerce platform at the University of Santa Clara’s Levy School of Business.
Most recently, Michael Guy is focusing on the Russian Hacking Claims case(s). Michael is a conservative who supports the Trump Administration.
William Binney is a former high-level National Security Agency intelligence official who, after his 2001 retirement after 30 years, blew the whistle on NSA surveillance programs. His outspoken criticism of the NSA during the George W. Bush administration made him the subject of FBI investigations that included a raid on his home in 2007. Even before Edward Snowden’s NSA whistle blowing, Binney publicly revealed that NSA had access to telecommunications companies’ domestic and international billing records, and that since 9/11 the agency has intercepted some 15 to 20 trillion domestic communications.
The Snowden disclosures confirmed many of the surveillance dangers Binney — without the benefit of documents — had been warning about under both the Bush and Obama administrations.
Connect with Michael Guy:
Roger Stone’s legal defense fund: https://www.stonedefensefund.com/
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