What’s five stories tall, has three legs and hasn’t stopped growing?

The Georgia Cyber Center.

“We talk about academics, government and industry being the three legs of this, the three important ingredients,” said Michael Shaffer, the center’s executive vice president of strategic partnerships and economic development.

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