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‘The future is now at Augusta University’

A message to the Augusta University community from President Brooks Keel Dear Colleagues, In my investiture remarks last April, I talked about what a tremendous opportunity we have to become a destination for cybersecurity, and I’m excited to say...

Deal at groundbreaking: ‘This is your future’

If there was any doubt about the lasting value of the cyber mission in Augusta, Gov. Nathan Deal put it to rest when he addressed a group of students from Augusta University’s GenCyber camp at the groundbreaking of the newly named Hull McKnight...

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...

Keel excited for cyber range

Augusta University president Brooks Keel discusses the impact of Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal’s $50 million investment in the Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center, a state-of-the-art cyber facility to be located in Augusta.

Infographic: Cyber has a new home

Have questions about the new Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center? This graphic covers the basics.
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