Cisoshare and United Way are training the formerly homeless to fight cybercrime.
The effort involves OC United Way, led by Susan Parks, and San Clemente-based Cisoshare’s CEO Mike Gentile.
It aims to embed technology security skills in people looking to re-enter the job market and provide workers skilled in a growing area of technology to local businesses.
Cisoshare was No. 3 on the Business Journal’s Sept. 16 list of fastest-growing small companies based here.
For more news on this program, see the Oct. 14 print edition of the Business Journal.