AUGUSTA, Ga. (WFXG) – The Cyber Future Summit begins at the Georgia Cyber Center Wednesday, Oct. 20. It’s the first time the sixth-annual event has made its way to Georgia. The Summit focuses on discussions towards the establishment of a trusted and collaborative global cyber platform, especially post-pandemic.

Founder of Cyber Future Foundation, Valmiki Mukherjee, says Augusta is definitely making an impression in the world of cyber. This event is normally held in Dallas, Texas. However, Mukherjee tells FOX54 the Georgia Cyber Center was the perfect next step to advance the event.

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