JZZ Technologies, Inc. and NationalCyberSecurityTrainingAcademy.com launches a Second Chance Program called GetASecondChance.org.
Calverton, New York–(Newsfile Corp. – March 29, 2021) – JZZ Technologies, Inc. (OTC Pink: JZZI) has partnered with NationalCyberSecurityTrainingAcademy.com to launch a new program to help train Returning Citizens (ex-felons) in the IT Network Security and Cyber Security industries.
According to the United Nation’s office on Drugs and Crime, imprisonment disproportionately affects individuals and families living in poverty. When an income generating member of the family is imprisoned, the rest of the family must adjust to the loss of the income exacerbated by the new expenses that must be met, such as legal costs and transport to prison for visits, etc.
When released, often with no prospects for employments, former prisoners are generally subject to socio-economic exclusion and are vulnerable to an endless cycle of poverty, marginalization, criminality and imprisonment. Thus, imprisonment contributes directly to the impoverishment of the prisoner, of his family (with a significant cross-generational effect) and of society by creating future victims and reducing future potential economic performance (United Nation’s Office on Drugs and Crime, 2020).
“As an ex-hacker with over 35 years’ experience in computer securities as well as training state and federal law enforcement, I have always believed that a reformed ex-offender who is trained in network security will be stronger in protecting networks from being hacked than someone that has no understanding of both the legal and illegal side of network security. That’s because the bad guy knows how to think like a hacker,” says Gregory Evans.
“A major reason that big corporations and governments get hacked every day is because they hire IT teams based on individuals’ certification, not necessarily their experience. A person in network securities who has never had a parking ticket, let alone hacked into a network before, is less likely to understand the complexities of network securities from the perspective of someone who is practiced in finding ways around those security measures. A person who does not…