Guy-Philippe Goldstein is the author of Babel Minute Zero, a novel that examines the reality of cyberwar in our current geopolitical topography.
By day, Guy-Philippe Goldstein is a management consultant. At night, he writes gripping political thrillers treating of cyberwar. He's a graduate of France’s prestigious Hautes Études Commerciales, and has an MBA from Northwestern University. Babel Minute Zero is his first novel.
“Cyber weapons don’t get rid of conventional or nuclear weapons — they just add a new layer to the existing system of terror.”
“Cyberattacks could be as powerful as weapons of mass destruction.”— quoting General James Cartwright, Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
“In September 2008, more than 3 million people in the state of Espirito Santo in Brazil were plunged into darkness, victims of a blackmail operation from cyber pirates.”
“The information technologies which were historically born from military research are, today, on the verge of developing an offensive capability of destruction, which could tomorrow, if we’re not careful, completely destroy world peace.”