Fast 50 Government Contractors: 2008
9 : Sword & Shield Enterprise Security Inc.
Location:Knoxville, TN
Annual growth rate:138.32%
2007 revenue:47,258,284
2006 revenue:34,425,263
2005 revenue:22,804,713
2004 revenue:3,905,833
2003 revenue:1,464,875
Leadership:John P. McNeely
Number of employees:27
Web site:www.sses.net
Lines of business:Network vulnerability assessment and penetration testing, social engineering, security policy review and formulation, security design, planning, implementation and training, risk assessment, telephone sweep and wireless security assessment, Web application vulnerability assessment, incident response forensics, payment card industry audit
Major customers:Justice Department, U.S. Geological Survey, NASA, VA, Bureau of Land Management, White House, Defense Department, Agriculture Department
Major contracts/projects:The company has a $900,000 contract with the FBI for security assessments, and a $31 million SEWP contract for IT products.

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