(The Center Square) — A Georgia House committee will soon debate cyber security enhancements for state agencies.

"Cyber security is a complex and constantly-evolving challenge, and it’s crucial that we have a strong cyber security framework in place to protect our citizens and our businesses," Rep. Brent Cox, R-Dawsonville, said in an announcement. "Fostering an environment for Georgia to become a leader in this field has been a priority of mine since I first decided to pursue public office, and I am honored to work with my colleagues on both sides of the aisle to study the state’s cyber security needs."

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