In today's demanding and ever-changing technology and warfare landscapes, we continue to provide innovative and secure solutions through our in-depth experience in global and complex enterprise environments and our mission-critical engineering capabilities. Founded in 1995 and headquartered in Maryland, Smartronix has more than 10 operating offices with approximately 600 employees throughout the U.S. and at strategic locations worldwide. Receiving many consecutive awards for being one of the fastest growing technology companies; earning the highest accolades from industry-leading technology partners; gaining continuous recognition as an employer-of-choice company; attaining coveted industry quality and business certifications; and being awarded a multitude of premier, prime contracting vehicles has enhanced our ability to provide sound, repeatable, yet flexible and agile solutions. Committed to ensuring the highest levels of customer satisfaction, Smartronix has maintained a reputation for excellence, helping to assure the missions of our Department of Defense, Federal Government, and commercial customers.
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Smartronix was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Hollywood, US
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Security an enabler for government adoption of AWS cloud

For years, U.S. government agencies were reluctant to follow the private sector and move information technology operations to the cloud. Concerns about security, legacy data, and the potential for vendor lock-in kept the federal government firmly planted in separate data centers. That picture has ch…

WWE wrestles with major data leak

The data was found on an AWS S3 server with no access controls or security policies. The post WWE wrestles with major data leak appeared first on Computer Business Review.
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