He outlined a new Georgia Cyber Innovation and Training Center, which he called "another tool in our arsenal for security and economic development."
"This will be a state-owned facility designed to promote modernization in cybersecurity technology for both private and public industries," he said, holding back on more specifics for now.
The governor left new details of his policy initiatives – he's said his top priority is pushing a new failing schools initiative – for his State of the State speech on Wednesday.
His short address finished with an optimistic note about the state’s economic future.
“Let us continue to walk this road of success that we have traveled together,” he said. “If we do, I can assure you that my report to you next year will be even more pleasing.”
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