Cybersecurity

CircuitryGeorgia has become a leading center for network and cyber security due to recent significant public and private investments into the state. As a whole, the industry cluster generates nearly $5 billion in annual revenue, and is home to more than 115 companies including major players like IBM, Dell, Verisign, and VMware AirWatch.

The state is also home to the National Security Agency/Central Security Service which opened the Georgia Cryptologic Center in Augusta. In addition, the Army’s Cyber Command (ARCYBER) Headquarters will move to Georgia, creating close to 4,000 new jobs by 2019.

How the Center of Innovation for IT Helps Business

  • Is the go-to resource for information on issues and trends that support the state’s growing cybersecurity industry.
  • Serve as the connection point between business, government and academia in order to increase industry innovation.

 

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