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Jordan Fuhr

Senior Vice President, Information Security Government and Public Policy Lead
Wells Fargo

Jordan Fuhr is the Information Security Government and Public Policy lead for Wells Fargo Information and Cyber Security.

In this role, he serves as the company’s senior cybersecurity policy advisor and external engagement lead helping articulate Well Fargo’s positions on various financial sector cybersecurity initiatives. Jordan also provides direct support to the chief information security officer and other executive leadership as they engage with public-private and governmental organizations, helping position Wells Fargo as a leader in this space.

Previously, Jordan was the member engagement manager at the Financial Systemic Analysis and Resilience Center (FSARC), an organization with the sole focus to increase the resilience of the critical must-run systems that underpin the U.S. financial services sector. As the member engagement manage, Jordan was responsible for ensuring the banks, government sponsored enterprises, and financial market utilities received the most value out of their collective work along with the support of government partners including Homeland Security, Treasury, and the Intelligence Community.

Prior to FSARC, Jordan spent 12 years with the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) working with contractors, educators, Defense Department, and Intelligence Community. As the vice president for marketing and communications, he led a small team and oversaw the development of strategic initiatives and programs for cross-sector engagement with public and private stakeholders.

Jordan earned his M.B.A. from the George Mason University School of Business and received his bachelor’s from the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland. He lives in Arlington, Virginia, with his wife, Stephanie, and two children, Scarlett (5) and Liam (3).

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