AUGUSTA, Ga. (WJBF) – Governor Brian Kemp’s first visit to the Georgia Cyber Center came with positive news for the state’s economic development. He told local leaders the growing cyber industry centralized in Augusta plays a role in Georgia’s recent high ranking for business.
“This is exactly what Governor Deal had in mind with he funded this project,” Gov. Kemp told the crowd promising to do all that he could to help the Georgia Cyber Center.
This is just one more time that Augusta’s investment in cyber translates to an economic win for the Peach State.
“Georgia is again the number one state for business for the seventh year in a row,” he touted.