The city of Augusta might not come to mind immediately as a cybersecurity hub, but it’s actually on the front lines of fighting cyberwars in the United States.

The U.S. Army, National Security Agency and Department of Energy have cyber command operations in Augusta.

The city’s also getting a big boost from the state of Georgia with the opening of the $60 million Hull McKnight Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center in 2018 that could help it challenge Atlanta’s position as the cyber capital of the South.

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