Corpus ID: 4460936

A Brief Overview of Technical and Organisational Security at Olympic Events

@inproceedings{Johnson2006ABO,
  title={A Brief Overview of Technical and Organisational Security at Olympic Events},
  author={Chris. W. Johnson},
  year={2006}
}
  • Chris. W. Johnson
  • Published 2006
  • In July 2005, London was awarded the right to host the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The decision of the International Olympic Committee triggered considerable public enthusiasm across the UK. At the same time, it also created a host of logistical and technical challenges. Amongst these the first concern is to ensure the safety and security of competitors and of the public. This paper reviews the assets that are vulnerable to attack during Olympic events. These include spectators… CONTINUE READING

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