Cyber tech provider to open office in Georgia Cyber Center
Gov. Brian Kemp announced this week that Parsons Corporation, a leading cybersecurity technology provider, will open a new office in the Georgia Cyber Center in Augusta. The company will create 26 jobs with room for future growth.
“The Georgia Cyber Center is the single largest state investment in a cybersecurity facility to date, and we are thrilled that a leading cybersecurity company like Parsons will be one of the first companies at the Georgia Cyber Center,” Kemp said in a news release. “I am confident that this exciting announcement is among the first of many, and we are committed to continuing the growth of the Peach State’s cybersecurity industry.”
With 75 years of experience, Parsons provides end-to-end tools, capabilities, and solutions to support the full spectrum of cyber and space operations that help the war-fighter operate at the tactical edge. This new location will be used by Parsons to train operators supporting U.S. Army Cyber Command and the operational units at Fort Gordon.