Cybersecurity facility part of P3 in Georgia
A technology business will take ownership and Augusta University will take part in the day-to-day operations of a new cybersecurity innovation and training center in Georgia.
The $50 million facility will provide a platform for state and local governments to come together to develop standards around cybersecurity and response tactics to cyberthreats. The center will also be a research hub for state, federal and private universities, agencies and businesses. There will be a groundbreaking on the facility in the spring, and it’s expected to open within 18 months.