CSW receives New Mexico State Funding
Posted on Sep 29, 2021 | By Sumeetha Manikandan
Chennai: Cyber Security Works, a Chennai-based Cyber Security firm, has been selected by New Mexico’s Job Training Incentive Program board to receive $411,390 through state funding to hire and train employees in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The Job Training Incentive Program (JTIP) in New Mexico was created by New Mexico State Legislature in 1972 and for over half a century, JTIP has supported the creation of 1600 training projects and has generated over 47,000 jobs. In 2020, it provided $20.7 million in funds that supported 2380 New Mexican jobs. This program aids economic development in New Mexico by helping qualified companies with training costs allowing them to create full-time employment for the local population.
JTIP recognized CSW’s commitment to creating jobs for local communities in New Mexico and has awarded these funds to train employees at an average hourly wage of $56.88.
Talking about the funding, Ram Movva, Chairman and Co-founder of CSW, said, “We are delighted to receive this funding, and today we have full-time employees who work out of our Albuquerque office, and we are looking to recruit more. We have worked with hundreds of organizations for over a decade reducing, their security debt, and have helped them gain cyber resilience against emerging threats. This recognition validates our capabilities as a leader in Attack Surface Management and has strengthened our commitment to helping organizations defend against crippling cyber attacks.”