AUGUSTA, Ga. (WJBF) – An exercise Wednesday at the Georgia Cyber Center gave IT professionals a chance to sharpen their skills against cyber threats.
IT professionals from multiple state agencies were a part of the “Cyber Dawg” exercise.
The military-style training exercise gave teams a chance to work on their cyber defense skills in a mock cyber attack.
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