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Diego Denson Diego Denson, Brite Tek CEO in Louisville, Kentucky. Courtesy photo

Editor’s note:This article is part of a series for ALM’s Small Business Guidance program, providing insights and information for small and medium-sized companies.

Diego Denson’s services were in high demand as companies shifted to remote work at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. So much so that he said he became a millionaire, recording record revenue for his small cybersecurity consulting business.

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Cedra Mayfield

Cedra Mayfield is a litigation reporter with the Daily Report, the ALM newspaper in Atlanta. She can be reached at [email protected] Twitter: @cedramayfield

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