6 : SecureInfo Corp.
Location:San Antonio, Texas
Annual growth rate:129.00%
2003 revenue:33,000,000
2002 revenue:6,000,000
2001 revenue:1,800,000
2000 revenue:1,400,000
1999 revenue:1,200,000
Leadership:David Brodsky
Number of employees:170
Web site:www.secureinfo.com
Lines of business:Security products provider, managed security operations, managed computer incident response, security consulting services, network certification and accreditation, security research labs, professional implementation services
Major customers:Veterans Affairs, Texas, NASA, U.S. courts, Interior Department, Air Mobility Command, State Department, Air Force Space Command, Army Corps of Engineers, Transportation Department, Air Force Weather Agency, Energy Department, Iowa Air National Guard, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, DeWitt Army Community Hospital, National Science Foundation, Air Force Communications Agency, Air Logistics Center, Library of Congress, Government Accountability Office, Air Force Services Agency, Air Force Flight Test Center
Major contracts/projects:SecureInfo spearheaded the creation of the security policy for the National Security Agency and the Department of Defense to protect high-risk government systems.

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