Three months after opening, Georgia’s new cybersecurity training and research center is already 70 percent full, and will soon be a training ground for military and civilian personnel alike, the state’s chief information officer, Calvin Rhodes, said Monday.
Additionally, the rents paid by every tenant of the Augusta facility, which will eventually span 332,000 square feet between two buildings, will be enough to cover regular upgrades of the center’s equipment.
Rhodes gave the update on the $100 million Georgia Cyber Center, the first building of which opened in July, to his fellow CIOs at the National Association of State Chief Information Officers annual conference in San Diego.
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