Assistant Professor, Dept. of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management
Howard University School of Business
2600 6th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20059
United States
(202) 806-1603

Dr. Anupam Kumar teaches at Howard University. He has over a decade of consulting experience working for firms such as IBM, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC, and Parsons Engineering and Science, Inc. He led the Public Sector Supply Chain Planning group at IBM. His expertise spans data management, business intelligence, and business analytics.

Dr. Kumar’s research has been published in International Journal of Production Economics, Journal of Strategy and Management, Corporate Reputation Review, Journal of Supply Chain Management and other academic outlets. His primary research focuses on drivers of corporate social responsibility. Dr. Kumar’s research portfolio also includes cybersecurity risks, inventory management, and the intersection of supply chain performance with policy in government contracting.

Dr. Kumar received a BS in Civil Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur in 1989, an MS in Environmental Engineering from Oklahoma State University in 2000, an MS in Applied Statistics from George Mason University in 2006, and a Doctorate in Business and Management from the University of Maryland in 2014.

Anupam Kumar

Dr. Anupam Kumar teaches at Howard University. He has over a decade of consulting experience working for firms such as IBM, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC, and Parsons Engineering and Science, Inc. He led the Public Sector Supply Chain Planning group at IBM. His expertise spans data management, business intelligence, and business analytics.

Managing Cybersecurity Risk in Government

As a result, cyber is increasingly being viewed as a key component in enterprise risk management (ERM) frameworks. At the same time, agency managers encounter the challenge of implementing cyber risk management by selecting from a complex array of security controls that reflect a variety of technical, operational, and managerial perspectives.