Dr. Pamela Drew
Senior Aerospace and Defense Executive
Cybersecurity breaches are coming with such frequency and hold such potential negative economic impact that it behooves members of corporate boards to prepare themselves and their enterprises to respond sufficiently to cyber threats.
According to the Hiscox Cyber Readiness Report 2017, which surveyed 3000 companies in three countries, cybercrime cost the global economy over $450 billion in 2016. Yet, according to the National Association of Corporate Directors, only 59% of directors surveyed are even slightly confident that their company is sufficiently prepared to respond appropriately in case of a cyber event.
In this GCA Studio channel, Dr. Pam Drew will host a series of interviews which explore various perspectives on cybersecurity oversight in the role of corporate governance. The conversations will include the types of issues a board of directors should be focused on prior to an event, steps and approaches to take during an incident, and ways to ensure the enterprise has a full recovery. Dr. Drew’s guests will include business leaders who are experienced and influential in the domain of cybersecurity as a corporate director, as an industry sector thought leader or as a national leader in the public sector. The series is designed to provide insights of breadth and depth to enhance the working cyber knowledge of senior executives and directors dealing with cybersecurity risk today.
Former Executive Vice President, Innovation and Technology | IBM
Cybersecurity Oversight in the Role of Corporate Governance
Dr. Pamela Drew (Boeing/ITT Exelis) sits down with IBM legend Nick Donofrio for an in-depth conversation on cybersecurity oversight in the role of corporate governance and the types of issues a Board of Directors should be focused on prior to an event, the steps and approaches to take during an incident and the ways to ensure the enterprise has a full recovery.
Pamela Drew. GAME CHANGER.
About GCA Host Dr. Pamela Drew
Dr. Pamela (Pam) Drew is a globally focused P&L executive with a distinguished and progressive career path that includes top-level executive positions with Boeing, Northrop Grumman, TASC and ITT Exelis. In her 28 year career, she had led large scale multi-billion dollar P&L operations in aerospace & defense, high technology R&D, and technical services. Her career highlights include generation of multi-billion dollar contract awards through the innovative application of advanced technologies, often in very short time horizons, for customers in the military, global/homeland security, civil and commercial aviation markets. Pam is also a nationally recognized expert and has been a member or chair of various advisory boards including the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.