Back in 2018, after interviewing technology and security leaders in Georgia, it was clear that the Georgia Cyber Center (GCC) was special — for many reasons. My interview with Calvin Rhodes, CIO of Georgia and executive director of the Georgia Technology Authority (GTA), described the vision, planning, teamwork and execution that made the vision a reality.

Fast-forward three years, and the GCC continues to receive a lot of (well-deserved) attention and offers one model for federal, state and local governments to consider on a range of cybersecurity training, solutions and emergency management exercises.

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