BAE Systems to open office in expanded Georgia cyber centre

15 January 2019

BAE Systems has announced that it plans to lease an office within the Georgia Cyber Center in Augusta, which has just been expanded to encourage more companies to invest in the growing industry within the US state.

The company said that by locating itself at the centre, which boasts having received the largest single federal investment in a cyber security facility to date, it will be better placed to take advantage of the skilled workforce available within Georgia, as well as the proximity the site has to customers in this domain.

The centre is based on the Nathan Deal Campus for Innovation at Augusta University, and combines academia, government - including the US Army - and industry, working together to develop cyber defences while meeting a need for more cyber security personnel across the state and the country.

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