The region has long been home to Fort Gordon, Signal Corps and more recently US Cyber Command. Tech- and cyber-related private sector companies have been in residence for some time, as well. But with the new Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center, the increasing momentum of the cyber race and Augusta’s climbing rank as a top 10 cybersecurity hub in the country, more and more cyber-focused business and top cybersecurity workers are eyeing a move to the region.
This afternoon's guest speaker, Sarah Rees of the Georgia Cyber Center, will discuss the changes coming to the Augusta Region with the increasing private sector cyber investment.
As Director of Cyber Workforce Academy, Sarah Rees is responsible for helping academic, public and private sector entities to identify, manage and resource their cybersecurity training needs. Her role with the Georgia Cyber Center is to provide a robust offering of capabilities to make a meaningful impact on the growth, development and sustainment of the cybersecurity workforce throughout the state.
Previously, she worked as Course Manager and Instructor for the Department of the Army's Cyber Technical Education Division. Her career covers 17 years of work within the Information Technology and Cybersecurity domain in Government and Private Institutions to include the Department of the Army, National Security Agency, US Army Intelligence and Forces Commands, and various private and non-profit institutions.
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