Research programs could be the basis for the next phase at Georgia Cyber Center and the center’s environment and Augusta itself are attractive for more investment from cyber firms.

As he looks to the next phase for the Georgia Cyber Center, Augusta University President Brooks Keel thinks research and graduate education could be the key while being careful to preserve the “ecosystem” of collaboration among university, military and industry partners.

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