AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) – Georgia Governor Nathan Deal cut the ribbon for the grand opening of the second building at the Georgia Cyber Center. Six hundred people filled the room with applause and praise for the Governor, who set the vision for the Cyber Center 2 years ago.

The Shaffer MacCartney building will house private companies. In a time when we already have 200,000 unfilled jobs in cyber security, the center is already providing a great need to our country.

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