Augusta’s $100 million facility’s mission is to promote cybersecurity innovation through collaboration by government organizations, private-sector businesses, academia and the military.

The Hull McKnight Georgia Cyber Training and Innovation Center is taking shape on Reynolds Street.

But what is it, really? What will it do? And what will it do for Augusta?

Answering those questions requires drilling down to the basics.

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