John Sileo, America’s Foremost Expert on Identity Theft, Cyber Security, Fraud Prevention, Security and Online Privacy to Keynote Archive Systems User Conference 2015

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Information Governance Experts Galina Datskovsky, Ph.D and John Montaña to address governance programs, retention schedules and IG challenges

Archive Systems User Conference 2015

The conference, with more than 32 sessions including a range of User-to-User presentations, Business Best Practices, and Product Sessions, offers attendees a wide range of opportunities to exchange ideas.

Fairfield, NJ-based Archive Systems, Inc. a leading provider of Unified Document Management solutions, today announced John Sileo, America’s leading keynote speaker on privacy, identity theft and cyber security technology, will keynote the Archive Systems User Conference 2015, at the Four Seasons in Philadelphia, PA from April 26 through April 28, 2015.

“Mr. Sileo will discuss how to defend mission critical business information in the age of technology, how human failure in Information Governance policies can make companies vulnerable to attacks, and best practices to eliminate those risks,” said Gordon Rapkin, CEO of Archive Systems.

The conference, with more than 32 sessions including a range of User-to-User presentations, Business Best Practices, and Product Sessions, offers attendees a wide range of opportunities to exchange ideas and meet one-on-one with some of the most sought after industry leaders.

In addition to Mr. Sileo, Information Governance experts Dr. Galina Datskovsky, Ph.D CRM, FAI Principal, Independent Business and Information Governance Consultant, and John Montaña, principal of Montaña & Associates, will help attendees with their records retention and information governance strategies.

As the former Chair, President, President Elect and Director of ARMA International, Dr. Datskovsky is recognized around the world as an expert in information governance and associated technologies. She has been widely published in academic journals and speaks frequently for industry organizations such as AIIM, ARMA International, The Association of Legal Administrators, ILTA, IQPC and Cohasset Associates/MER.

Mr. Montaña is a principal of Montaña & Associates, a leading records and information management consulting firm based in Englewood, CO. Mr. Montaña advises corporations, law firms and non-profit organizations on records and information management. He is widely recognized as one of the foremost records management experts in the country.

Other confirmed speakers participating in the conference are:
Roni Doolin, Associate Records Manager, Altria: The Changing Role of the Records Manager;
Jim Farrell, Archive Systems: Unified Document Management with Archive Systems;
John McDonald, Labor & Employment partner at Reed Smith and Mike Fagan, Archive Systems: Ripple Effects of Failing an HR Audit: A Legal Perspective; and
Chris Williams, Archive Systems : Prevent Data Breaches and PII from Walking out the Door.

Archive has helped HR departments evolve from paper-based documents to digital documents saving them time and money and increasing efficiency. The Conference enables leaders from major global companies to present examples of how their document management processes have been optimized using Archive’s FileBRIDGE technology.

To learn more about Archive Systems User Conference 2015, visit Registration is open.

About Archive Systems, Inc.
Archive Systems delivers unified document management solutions that automate business processes and provide a bridge between paper and digital records. Services include cloud solutions for human resources document management as well as many other document-centric business processes, nationwide off-site physical records storage and services. By uniquely managing all stages of the record lifecycle, Archive Systems is changing the way the world manages documents. For more information, please visit

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