When the $100 million Georgia Cyber Center opened on July 10, 2018, it was hailed as a unique facility dedicated to improving cybersecurity through research, workforce development and entrepreneurship. Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, the Cyber Center’s tenants, which include academic facilities, private companies and government agencies, have responded in similar ways.

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