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Technology Transactions Attorney in Charlotte, NC

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Company name

Wells Fargo

Organization Type

In-House

Job Type

Attorney

Practice Area

Technology Transactions

Years of Experience

Min 10 yrs required

Location

USA Charlotte, NC

Date Last Verified

Dec 07,2017

Posted on

Dec 06,2017

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Profile

Managing Counsel - Cyber-Information Security The candidate will manage and lead a team of lawyer and paralegal professionals and will empower strategic and effective legal support and legal risk guidance for all aspects of enterprise global cyber security, network security, and information security (U.S. and international), with a close and constant inter-connection with firm's privacy and technology risk management. Will be part of a Law Department section called eCommerce, Technology, Information and Global Services (eTIGS) with legal coverage which, in addition to the above areas, includes ecommerce, mobile commerce, mobile payments, enterprise global technology, IT-based operations, records management, and enterprise global sourcing of firm's business activities. This legal section is part of the Banking, Operations, Commerce and Global Risk Division of the Law Department. Coach-player or owner-operator, having both the substantive knowledge and seasoned practical expertise in the above areas to be a strategic team leader, champion of transformational change, and clear and effective communicator with responsibility and accountability to: Manage, lead, and motivate the legal team to provide first-rate legal advice and counsel for firm's Enterprise Information Security (including Cyber Strategy and Defense), Compromised Data Team, Cyber Security Incident Response Team, Enterprise Incident Coordination Center, Enterprise Information Technology, U.S. and international lines of business, enterprise marketing and product-management teams, and related operational-risk management and compliance functions. All aspects of legal, regulatory, and policy advice and support for enterprise cybersecurity and information security in financial services, health services, employment, and biometric identification, big data management and analytics, data breach and incident response, identity authentication and related fraud issues, with coverage to include U.S. laws such as GLBA, HIPAA, FTC Act, COPPA, TCPA, FCRA, FFIEC standards, Dodd-Frank, CISA, NIST Cybersecurity Framework, interagency banking guidance and state laws on data breach response; global laws such as the EU Privacy Directive, General Data Protection Regulation, Canada PIPEDA, and other laws in Europe, Latin America, and Asia. Information security and data protection in the design, development, implementation, and operations lifecycle of consumer, commercial, and wholesale products and services‎. Data loss prevention in a variety of devices and media. Negotiation and preparation of HIPAA business associate agreements and other data-protection contract terms. Coordinate, lead, and participate as needed with other Law Department teams to deliver to stakeholders comprehensive, holistic, cohesive, and easy-to-understand legal, legislative, and regulatory analysis, advice, and support within the Managing Counsel’s areas of responsibility. Stakeholders will include business groups across the enterprise and related risk, compliance, and audit teams. Cultivate and maintain strong, steady, and trusted relationships with executive officers and senior leaders in risk management and compliance in the above subject-matter areas. Significantly contribute to positive team building, collaboration, and effective communication within and outside the Law Department. Align with Law Department policies and procedures as well as firm's Vision and Values and corporate policies and standards in performing legal services and managing outside counsel and legal expense. Develop team members in their professional growth and leadership style and effectiveness and in their visibility to senior leaders in the Law Department and the Company.

Qualification and Experience

The candidate must have 10+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Should have Active State Bar membership. Must have 1+ year of leadership experience. Business development experience including development and execution of business vision, strategies, and goals is desired. Leadership and management experience for team of attorneys and staff with a section or legal specialty including developing virtual staff and managing a budget is desired. Significant expertise in legal, regulatory, and compliance issues relating to enterprise global IT, IT operations, ecommerce, mobile commerce, mobile payments, marketing, advertising, consumer financial products, wholesale banking products, and risk management of third-party relationships is desired. Experience leading a team or cross-functional group in significant tasks or projects is desired.

Deadline : 12/07/2017.

Additional info

Job ID 5373289

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Wells Fargo
301 South College Street Suite 4000
One Wachovia Center
Charlotte, NC 28288-0143