AUGUSTA (WFXG) – The Georgia Cyber Center has been built to maximize innovation and collaboration among its partners. As it continues to grow, they hope the reach will go far beyond the CSRA.

“When you talk about industry moving here, while they want to be near Fort Gordon, what they’re after is talent,” said Michael Shaffer, the executive vice president of strategic partnerships and economic development for Augusta University at the Georgia Cyber Center. “We’re all trying to attract the same talent.”

The Georgia Cyber Center has become an elite recruiting station for companies from all over. Each new neighbor has been well vetted before moving in.

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