Congratulations to the SecureTech360 – winner of the 2020 Governor’s Volunteerism and Community Service Award for Outstanding Small Business! SecureTech360, a cybersecurity and IT consulting firm located in Springfield, has a small staff of less than 20 employees making a huge impact. Employees have committed to serving more than 300 hours mentoring students and participating in several walks to raise funds for a variety of causes. SecureTech360 has also donated more than $30,000 to several different local charities and provided more than $15,000 in scholarships monies to several nonprofit organizations dedicated to educating and serving underrepresented communities.
SecureTech360 has made a measurable impact over the past 10 years as a passionate advocate for women and children. They have received recognition for their community outreach, including a nomination for the Veteran Small Business of the Year Award by the Community Business Partnership. They have also been featured in the Washington Post for creating the first registered IT Apprenticeship Program in Washington, DC, and for being recognized by the Small Business Administration as a Small Business Success Story in 2016 and 2017. In 2019, their service work was highlighted by the Veteran Small Business of the Year Award from National Veteran-Owned Business Association (for serving at risk communities through volunteering and dedication to educating the youth on Cybersecurity and IT career fields.