New Cyber Center Opens at Augusta University in Georgia University partners with state on $100 million Georgia Cyber Center for cybersecurity education and research. The state of Georgia and Augusta University have opened a new $100 million cybersecurity education and research operation called the Georgia Cyber Center. The center, a partnership between the state and the university, is located at the university, and intended to improve both Georgia's and the nation's cybersecurity through research, workforce development, and entrepreneurship. The Georgia Cyber Center comes as the Augusta area prepares for the relocation of the US Army Cyber Command, set to complete its move from the Washington DC area to Fort Gordon in the coming years. Students from academia, private industry, government, and the military will to take classes taught by faculty from Augusta University, the US Army Cyber School, Cyber Protection Brigade, and NSA Georgia.