Everyone is on the lookout for Olympic infiltrators. Greek police get no vacation this August. The military has warships and anti-terrorist commandos primed. NATO will offer surveillance planes. Washington has sent over radiation scanners. Another security front line is quietly watched over by a French executive armed with only a clipboard and flow charts. His foes include distant hackers, invisible computer viruses, code-burrowing worms and the Trojan horses of the cyber age. “We can’t let our guard down for even a moment,” said Claude Philipps, program director for major events at Atos Origin, a Paris-based technology firm that first took over Olympic data services at Salt Lake City in 2002. Full Story
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