Webcast – A Game of Trust: Data Security and 3rd Party Contractors

Held on: Thursday, August 27, 2015, 11 AM Eastern

Presenter: Thomas Richardson, Chief Technology Officer – Redwood Trust

Webcast - A Game of Trust: Data Security and 3rd Party ContractorsWith the rising integration of outsourcers for development, service, support and customer care, businesses have been increasingly challenged with the issue of intellectual property security. Global, third-party contractors require a standard supportable connection method, meeting security requirements, scalability, and optimal system performance.

Join Thomas Richardson, CTO of Redwood Trust, Inc. (NYSE: RWT), for an interactive webinar on August 27, 2015 at 11 AM EDT. Redwood Trust, together with its subsidiaries, is a specialty finance company focused on investing in mortgage – and other real estate – related assets and engaging in residential and commercial mortgage banking activities. In this 30-minute webcast, Thomas Richardson will illustrate ways in which companies can deliver secure access to their global outsourcing partners while providing them with fast, dependable connections to systems, applications and data.

As an attendee, you will hear real-world use cases that will help you to:

  • Provide partners/contractors with secure auditable access to systems and applications
  • Strengthen policies that address data residency requirements
  • Scale up systems to meet rapid business demand

Learn how you can use technology to address the concerns of security, performance, scalability, and standardization.

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ABOUT OUR SPEAKER

Thomas Richardson is the Chief Technology Officer at Redwood Trust, Incorporated. Redwood Trust is is a specialty finance company focused on investing in mortgage related assets and engaging in residential/commercial mortgage banking activities. Prior to starting at Redwood Trust in June of 2014, Thomas spent three years as CTO at Bank of America’s Home Loans Division and was responsible for all infrastructure operations and engineering for the mortgage and servicing platforms.

Through the 25 years of his career, he has worked in start-ups as well as Fortune 500 companies and has a wide array of experience with distributed and mainframe application development, infrastructure and application architecture, and a several senior leadership roles. Thomas and his family have resided in Denver since he graduated in 1989 from the University of Denver with a Master’s degree in Computer Science.

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