INFOSEC expert Michael Guy is back on the podcast, this time talking about the shady details surrounding the death of Seth Rich, the Democratic National Committee Voter Data Director who was shot in June 2016.
Guy lays out the mounting evidence that suggests that Rich’s death was not likely a “botched robbery,” as the family believes. He explores details about the investigation, which reveal that Rich was possibly attacked for what happened while he worked at the Clinton-controlled DNC.
Download an exclusive document from Michael Guy on the Seth Rich case here.
About the guest:
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 110 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 security and Google and regularly appears in both print and broadcast media, including BBC World Service, NPR, and Wired Magazine others. His opinions have been solicited by members of Congress. Michael authored the E-commerce platform at the University of Santa Clara’s Levy School of Business.
Most recently, Guy is focusing on crowd funding a large-scale conservative documentary on the dark web, main stream media manipulation of misinformation and its impact on the 2016 Presidential election. Michael is a conservative who supports the TRUMP administration.
Follow Michael on Twitter @RealMichaelGuy.