Rich Radford has been a key member of the NTI team since 2001. Mr. Radford's primary focus is helping NTI clients improve their computer security and computer investigation capabilities through the use of NTI software, training and consulting. Rich has completed NTI's Computer Forensics and Security Risk Training Course and NTI's 3-Day Expert Witness Training Course.
Mr. Radford has lectured on the electronic discovery of evidence at graduate level university courses of the Oregon Executive MBA program, the High Technology Crime Investigation Association and the Computer Security Applications Conference. Rich's writings on business topics have been published in the Wall Street Journal and his writings on computer forensic topics have been quoted on Yahoo, CBS Market Watch and Silicon Valley Business Ink. Rich has also appeared in several of NTI's training films and he created a special training film for use by some of NTI's clients in Singapore.
Prior to joining NTI, Mr. Radford was an account executive with Lingo Systems, a localization and translation firm for software, Web sites and documentation. At Lingo Systems, Rich was one of three executives who helped the firm double itŐs revenues and he personally pioneered the use of Lingo Systems services by Fortune 100 companies such as Hewlett-Packard and Johnson & Johnson.
Mr. Radford joined Lingo after serving as a Vice President at Pulse Research, one of the first developers of online content and revenue applications for newspapers. At Pulse, Rich started a new division for the company to market PulseŐs unique offerings, lectured at publishing industry national conferences and trained newspaper advertising sales representatives throughout the United States.
Mr. Radford's additional work experience includes a stint as the Vice President of Marketing for Winners Edge, a sports marketing company, where he led the company to a 400% annual revenue increase and marketed the companyŐs products to Fortune 100 customers such as Wal-Mart and Kroger. Rich graduated with honors from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Mr. Radford is also fluent in the Korean language.