Rick Borden focuses his practice on three core intersecting areas: big data governance and the Internet of Things, cybersecurity risk management, and technology sourcing and transactions.
Mr. Borden served as the chief privacy officer and chief information security and privacy counsel of Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC). He also acted as the general counsel of Soltra, the DTCC and FS-ISAC–automated threat-sharing joint venture. During his tenure, Mr. Borden focused much of his outreach on alerting the business community to risks and vulnerabilities in the cyber network.
Mr. Borden has also been senior vice president and assistant general counsel at Bank of America, where he was responsible for cybersecurity, privacy issues, general technology, commercial contracting, outsourcing, licensing, data, and intellectual property for the bank and broker-dealer.
Prior to joining Bank of America, Mr. Borden was an assistant general counsel at The Hartford, counsel at Brown Raysman Millstein Felder & Steiner, specializing in venture capital and private equity funded companies, and general counsel at Paradigm4, a private equity funded wireless data and systems integration company.
Mr. Borden also is an inventor, holding two patents covering insurance processing systems and methods using mobile devices for medical monitoring application (US9224171B2, and US8510133B2).