AUGUSTA, Ga. (WJBF) – Four short years ago the Georgia Cyber Center opened, joining Augusta’s cyber workforce with not only the government and students. Michael Shaffer, the executive vice president for strategic partnerships and economic development, joins The Means report to take a look back at the advancements that have been made thus far and what the future holds for the Georgia Cyber Center.

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