Richard Rado graduated from Penn State University in 2016 with his B.S. in Security Risk Analysis and minors in Telecommunications and Information Sciences. As an intern at IBM, he developed technical auditing web applications for internal company use. Prior to joining AST, Richard worked on SafeScan™ technology for Friction Sciences, LLC. He made significant contributions to the database architecture of the runway condition measurement website using automated sensor data and implementing full graphical user and program interfaces. The site takes sensor data transmitted via GPRS telephone network and displays it geospatially using state-of-the-art mapping technology.
Richard has experience in a range of programming languages, database architecture, and design. He has a passion for programming and continuously looks for challenges to broaden and deepen his knowledge of Security Risk Analysis.