As the Georgia Cyber Center continues to draw tech companies to its two-tower downtown Augusta location in Richmond County, founders are hoping to add a third building focusing on academics.
“The first two buildings were done very uniquely and very quickly,” says Michael Shaffer, executive vice president for strategic partnerships and economic development for the center. “The third building will be built in a more traditional manner through the [Georgia] Board of Regents.”
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Cyber News Now: Augusta University researching vulnerabilities in medical devices
AUGUSTA, Ga. (WFXG) – Augusta University is researching cybersecurity vulnerabilities in medical devices. Faculty and students are hacking into...