Humans key to World Cup security

Friday, 9 June 2006, 12:43 AM EST

As fans from around the globe pour into Germany for the World Cup soccer tournament, which begins Friday, security experts from German government agencies and international police groups will be glued to their computer screens evaluating thousands of messages generated daily by security authorities on the ground.

At InfoWorld.

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