As home to more than 115 companies like Dell, IBM and VMware, Georgia has become a leading center for network and cybersecurity. Reports indicate that, as a whole, the industry generates nearly $5 billion in annual revenue for Georgia. With that as a driving force, the state House of Representatives has a new subcommittee to focus on cybersecurity.

State Rep. Brent Cox (R-Dawsonville) will serve as Chairman of the subcommittee, according to an announcement late last week by the House Technology and Infrastructure Innovation Committee Chairman Todd Jones (R-South Forsyth). 

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