AUGUSTA (WFXG) –  There is a saying that goes “we are better together,” and the same could be said for cyber security education. With Augusta University and Augusta Technical College creating a new pathway, that means more opportunities for talent to enter our workforce.

Two schools and multiple opportunities are all under one roof at the Georgia Cyber Center. It’s all thanks to a new Cybersecurity to Information Technology Pathway Program by Augusta University and Augusta Technical College.

Tammy O’Brien is the dean of Augusta Tech’s School of Cyber and Design Media. She says there is a lot to look forward to in this program.

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