The UGA CyberArch program is addressing the challenges of cybersecurity for Georgia's communities and businesses.
Since 1927, the Carl Vinson Institute of Government has worked to promote excellence in government through education, research, and policy analysis to help public officials server Georgia communities.
The institute is collaborating with CyberArch to discover how we can help government leaders assess the risk to their communities, navigate training challenges, and meet the legal obligations of the information age.LEARN MORE
UGA's Archway Partnership is a nationally recognized Public Service and Outreach program addressing community-identified economic and development needs.LEARN MORE
UGA's Small Business Development Center provides training and resources to help grow small businesses in our state.
The cyber threat to small business is real and continuing to grow. When considering downtime, data recovery, and lost business, a cyber attack can be devastating.
Prepare your business and become #CyberStrong before an attack happens.LEARN MORE
UGA's Georgia Informatics Institute (GII) is a campus-wide collaboration and integration of the humanities, sciences, and engineering as they relate to data-driven research in the computing age.
CyberArch has challenged the GII to develop cybersecurity education for the general public. Privacy and security start at home with the devices you and your family use every day.
Learn the basics of staying secure online:READ THE MANUAL