Oct. 7—The growth of the cyber industry should not be bounded by the border between Georgia and South Carolina, the commander of Fort Gordon said Thursday, underlining the value of partnerships with the Palmetto State and its institutions.
“There’s a public-private benefit to ops and training that we’re benefitting from across the greater Central Savannah River Area, or the CSRA, also known as the Fort Gordon district,” Brig. Gen. Paul Stanton said at a briefing with S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster and other military leaders. “And some like to call it the cybersecurity capital of the world, which it may become, if we are smart about it.”