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Georgia’s reputation as a cyberhub may come as a surprise to some, but Jennifer Bonnett, general manager of the Advanced Technology Development Center at Georgia Tech, debunks this perception. She points out that Georgia has been a cybersecurity pioneer for decades. “In the early 1990s, several Georgia Tech students founded an Atlanta-based company that performed network security monitoring,” she says. “It was an early standout in the sector.”
Georgia is third in the nation for Cyber information security according to an article posted on by the Georgia Department of Economic Development. 

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NCRC is requesting organizations call your U.S. Senators today and urge them to to support efforts to strike Section 104 from S. 2155 – a provision that would exempt about 85% of the nation’s banks and credit unions from having to fully report on their mortgage lending under the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA).  HMDA is critical to fair lending oversight and investment in underserved communities.

Dial the U.S. Capitol Switchboard and ask to be transferred to your Senator’s office:  






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