Governor Nathan Deal will be in Augusta Monday to officially break ground on the Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center, one of his biggest priorities of the past few years. The center, which received $50 million in state funding to get off the ground, will serve as ground zero for academic experts, private companies, and government workers to compare notes and establish cybersecurity standards and protocol for the state.
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