This week, the Georgia Cyber Center’s Hull McKnight Building officially opened in Augusta with a ceremony that included remarks by Gov. Nathan Deal, Augusta Mayor Hardie Davis Jr. and other government and private-sector dignitaries. The building is named for James M. Hull and William D. McKnight, Augusta businessmen and philanthropists, who sought to support the relocation of the U.S. Army Cyber Command to Fort Gordon and help supply much-needed skilled workers in the cybersecurity field.

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