The heart of the region’s cyber economy beats deep within the walls of Fort Gordon’s Army Cyber Command and National Security Agency complex.
But the arterial network circulating the industry’s lifeblood through the metro area is found 12 miles away at the Georgia Cyber Center in downtown Augusta.
The innovation and education complex – billed as the single-largest state investment in cybersecurity – is where government, military, academia and the private-sector converge to build a symbiotic “ecosystem” that supports the fort while leveraging its assets to transform Augusta into a hotbed of high-tech activity.
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