AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) – As students walk into the Georgia Cyber Center, a new career opportunity is waiting. It’s an opportunity that will transform the future of cybersecurity in our area.
This program is revolutionary for our area and it’s designed to prepare students for top-ranking positions in research institutions, government agencies, and tech start-ups. School officials say they hope this program prepares students to get into our local organizations.
“This is a relatively new development in the field and we are pioneers in that respect,” said Gagan Agrawal, Interim Associate Dean of the program.
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