AUGUSTA, GA – U.S. Senator Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.) and First Lady of Georgia Marty Kemp yesterday visited the Georgia Cyber Center at Augusta University (AU) to meet with leadership and receive a briefing regarding Georgia’s investment to enhance economic development and the cybersecurity workforce in the region.

“It is great to visit the Georgia Cyber Center at Augusta University with Georgia’s First Lady Marty Kemp,” said Senator Loeffler. “There’s no question Augusta is a major hub for cybersecurity in the United States, and I’m proud of the number of academic, government and corporate partnerships in the heart of the community that have made this possible. Augusta University has also led an impressive effort to expand telehealth services amid COVID-19. These programs will continue to benefit Georgians for years to come. I commend the great work happening here in Augusta, and I look forward to seeing Augusta University and the Georgia Cyber Center continue to thrive in the future.”

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