The executive director of the Georgia Cyber Center at a Wednesday get-together in Aiken discussed the vital role cyber plays in the two-state region and advocated for related investments across the U.S.

“This was part of Georgia’s answer to the problem,” Eric Toler said of cybersecurity concerns and other contemporary threats. “An unprecedented investment was made: $106 million in taxpayer dollars, to establish the Georgia Cyber Center.”

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