AUGUSTA (WFXG)—An $8 million grant from the Department of Labor could mean a big boost to the area’s cyber industry. But that’s not the only jobs that could benefit.

“It’s something that applies to every company,” said Sarah Rees, the director of E1337 training at the Georgia Cyber Center. “Every company has an IT need. Everyone uses computers, everything is digital today.  So, it is something that there is need across a broad spectrum of industries here.”

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