Tag - Cyber Institute

There It is with Deke Copenhaver: Cybersecurity

Former Augusta Mayor Deke Copenhaver, host of AM 580 and FM 95.1 Newstalk WGAC’s “There It Is with Deke Copenhaver,” recently spoke with two of Augusta University’s resident cyber experts. Jay Heslen, assistant professor of...

Securing the Future with Cyber

Though it was Jan. 11 when Gov. Nathan Deal announced the creation of the Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center, it might as well have been Christmas for the city of Augusta. The $50 million gift will transform a portion of land adjacent to...

Cyber announcement exciting for University

On Wednesday, Jan. 11, Gov. Nathan Deal announced the creation of the Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center, a $50 million state-owned facility located adjacent to the Augusta University Riverfront Campus that will combine expertise in...

Infographic: Cyber has a new home

Have questions about the new Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center? This graphic covers the basics.
For more detailed information, visit the Cyber Institute or check out Jagwire’s Cyber page.

Cyber Georgia @ Augusta University continues today

Augusta University and The Georgia Chamber bring the nation’s top cybersecurity experts to Augusta starting Wednesday AUGUSTA, Ga. – CIA Director John Brennan and NSA Deputy Director Richard Ledgett will be among other top authorities in...

Cyber Institute ribbon-cutting: In pictures

At a ribbon-cutting event on Friday, Sept. 16, Augusta University’s new Cyber Institute facility was formally introduced to the community. The facility provides almost 9,000-square-feet of dedicated space in University Hall, including a state-of-the...

green space with students walking by

AUGUSTA Magazine: State of the Art

Writer Damon Cline shares a glimpse of what’s on the horizon for Augusta University with AUGUSTA Magazine readers in the August/September 2016 issue. Read about our bright future in education, research and health care, and hear why it’s...

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