AUGUSTA, Ga. (WFXG) – Former Georgia Governor Nathan Deal made a stop in Augusta Thursday. He addressed Cyber Future Summit attendees at the Georgia Cyber Center. The Summit focuses on discussions towards the establishment of a trusted and collaborative global cyber platform, especially post-pandemic.

Gov. Deal was among the more than 50 speakers invited to participate in the three-day event. He discussed Augusta’s role in cyber space and shared his perspective on the importance of the Georgia Cyber Center. This is the Summit’s first time in Augusta, and Gov. Deal’s first time being a part of this event.

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