AUGUSTA (WFXG) –It’s a courtship year in the making, and now the partnership between Army Cyber Command and the Georgia Cyber Center is paying dividends all across the CSRA.

“I can’t overstate the significance of having Army cyber command here at Fort Gordon,” said Eric Toler, the executive director of the Georgia Cyber Center.

ARCYBER, in short, is the reason the Nathan Deal Campus for Innovation exists.

“They were the catalyst,” said Toler. “Their announcement back in late 2013 that they were moving from Fort Belvoir to Fort Gordon was that catalyst that made the state decide to put the Georgia Cyber Center here in Augusta.”

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