CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER
(Richard wants to limit his digital fingerprint and does not share his photo on the Internet)
Software architect specialized in secured transactions
In 1984, at age 16, Richard created the first full-page Apple II editor-assembler, sold by a leading French software publisher. Along with his studies in electronic engineering, he became one of the first accredited Macintosh developers in France. He then went to business school, continuing his thesis on parallel languages. After several years in consulting, working on major assignments for public administrations, oil companies, and airlines, he founded a company in 1999. It specialized in highly secure hosted services for actors in the finance industry, and Richard’s cryptology expertise grew.
Today, while maintaining an entrepreneurial role, he also shares his experience at several Paris universities and participates in various projects on languages, energy management, and smart objects.