The work of two people behind the scenes in helping secure Augusta’s cyber prominence has been spelled out large – and we’re proud to say one of those people has close local ties.

The second phase of the $100 million Georgia Cyber Center officially assumed the name of the Shaffer MacCartney Center.Nathan Deal, in one of his final acts as Georgia’s governor, cut the ribbon for the new facility Thursday, downtown on Reynolds Street.

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