Cybersecurity firm adds two executives to leadership team
Stephen Gorham and Pamela Bartz join Tampa-based OPSWAT.
| 9:55 a.m. September 16, 2021
TAMPA — OPSWAT, a global leader in protecting critical infrastructure from cybersecurity threats, has hired Stephen Gorham as chief information officer and head of global operations, and Pamela Bartz as senior vice president of global marketing. Both will be based at the firm’s U.S. headquarters in Tampa.
“We are thrilled to welcome Stephen and Pamela to the OPSWAT executive leadership team,” OPSWAT founder and CEO Benny Czarny states in a news release. “These new executive additions bring extensive backgrounds in critical infrastructure operations and cybersecurity solutions, further solidifying OPSWAT’s expertise in critical infrastructure protection. Their proven track records will be invaluable as we look to rapidly scale across global markets and critical industries.”
Gorham, the release states, has 20 years of experience in both private- and public-sector cybersecurity roles. He comes to OPSWAT from CompuCom Inc., where he served as vice president of infrastructure and cybersecurity capabilities. He’s also held executive-level operations management roles at Extensys Inc. and Hillsborough Community College.
Bartz, according to the release, brings to OPSWAT more than 20 years of B2B marketing leadership experience with global software-as-a-service companies. Prior to joining OPSWAT, she led global marketing for ABB Enterprise Software, where she sold solutions for energy, transportation, water, utilities and other critical infrastructure industries.