1994 Sounding the Alarm on Cyber-Security

This is the cover letter to the US Government official most responsible for thinking about the National Information Infrastructure (NII) and the security of that infrastructure.  Three “top guns,” one of the the foremost authority in the public arena, another the foremost expert on these matters advising the National Security Agency (NSA) all agreed on …

Natalia Romashkina: When Intelligence Suck, Nuclear War Is More Possible…

Strategic Instability in the Era of Information and Communication Technologies: Crisis or the New Norm? Ph.D. in Political Science, Head of the Informational Security Problems Department of the Center for International Security at the Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO) of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Professor, Corresponding Member of the Academy of …

ANSWERS: Robert Steele for Dimensions of Disclosure Conference – 68 Questions from #Borg to Zionism versus Judaism

ANSWERS Robert Steele Responds to Questions from Dimensions of Disclosure Participants Supplement to BRIEFING: If I Were President Linked Table of Contents and All Answers Below the Fold. Does NOT include Q&A during LiveStream SHORT URL This Post: https://tinyurl.com/Steele-DD-2019-Answers

Review: To Catch a Spy – The Art of Counterintelligence

James M. Olson 5 Star Indictment of US Counterintelligence Despite this book being a decade late (the author left CIA in 1998) and somewhat lacking in deep specifics, I have to give it five stars because my own personal experience suggests that the author’s gracious indictment of US counterintelligence is so desperately needed that it …

Review: [Time-Based Two-Man Detect & React] Analogue Network Security by Winn Schwartau

Winn Schwartau 6 Stars – Foundation for IT & Web 3.0 Security This book is critical to the post-Western Web 3.0 new Internet and should be translated into Chinese and Russian as soon as possible. This is a Nobel-level piece of work that provides everything that Vint Cerf and Tim Berner-Lee failed to plan for. …

Berto Jongman: FBI Crisis — Playing Catch-Up on Cyber

Identity crisis: FBI plays catch-up as cyberthreats escalate Now “every field office has a cyber squad” modeled after lessons learned fighting terrorism, said Ugoretz, speaking earlier this year at a conference in Sea Island, Ga. Some field offices are being assigned as leads for specific attacks or threat actors, she said. There is also a …

John Lear: False Flag Fake News Boeing Remote Hijack, Not Anti-Stall, and Zionists, are the Cause, Not a “Mistake,” of the Murders of All Aboard Lion Air and Ethiopian Airways

The Lion Air and Ethiopian Airways Boeing 737 were both taken down by the Zionists to assassinate one specific passenger in each aircraft. They leveraged Boeing built in remote hijack capabilities to put both aircraft into the ground. The current story about anti-stall software failures is a cover-up.

Ed Jewett: GoogleNews Bias Robert Steele: Lawsuit & Displacement of #GoogleGestapo with Four Nested Capabilities (Web 3.0)

SHORT URL: http://tinyurl.com/web3-nest4 The CNN Search Engine: Google Search Results Overwhelmingly Favor Mainstream Media – Study According to data compiled by Northwestern University, Google search results overwhelmingly favor CNN compared to other news sources, followed by the New York Times and theWashington Post. Of the top 20 news sources promoted by Google in its “top stories,” the top results …

Robert Steele: “I Told You So” on Both Russia and Cyber….

Former Assistant Director of Intelligence for the FBI, Kevin  R. Brock, has written an obituary for James Comey that reads very very well. James Comey is in trouble and he knows it In my view, in this order, Brennan, Hayden, Clapper, and Comey could and should legitimately face the hangman’s noose sometime in Donald Trump’s …