Paris prepares for cyberattacks ahead of the Summer Olympics

17/04/2024 | The New York Times

Officials in Paris have been in training to ward off potential cyberattacks that could affect this year's Summer Olympics. To prepare for such attacks, the organisers have been conducting "war games" in collaboration with the International Olympic Committee and partners like Atos, the official technology partner for this years event. In these exercises, ethical hackers are employed to launch attacks on the systems used for the Games, and bug bounties are offered to those who detect vulnerabilities.

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