Information Governance 101

April 22, 2020
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
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Clark Hill PLC, One Oxford Centre
301 Grant St, 14th Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15219


As you know, the government, ARMA International, and our organizations have recently prescribed steps to take to reduce the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). As a result, PLAA and ARMA Pittsburgh will postpone April’s event with John Montana of Access. We hope to reschedule this when it’s safe to do so.

Information Governance 101

Joint ARMA Pittsburgh / PLAA session

Luncheon and Speaker John Montaña courtesy of Access

Lunch session

Learn from Access business partners and former practitioners on the basics of information governance (IG) and the best practices for setting up your IG programs and applications and tactics to advocate to your organization's C-Suite for IG maturity. IG is about a whole range of information requirements from cataloging your data assets, protecting them from loss through cybersecurity, defensible disposing of them according to records management and new privacy laws and complying with eDiscovery requests to produce them to meet governmental or judicial demands. 

...can you afford to miss what will be an instant legendary session? 


John Montaña, JD, FIIA, FAI -   Vice President, Information Governance at Access Corporation, Chief Executive Officer, Montaña & Associates an Access Company John Montaña has long been considered one of the top experts in the world on all domestic and global records and information management issues. He has 30 years of experience in information governance and information management and has advised organizations large and small – from Fortune 100 and 500 companies to 12 member non-profits – in a wide variety of fields. A frequent speaker and author, John has presented to ARMA International, the American Bar Association, AIIM, the ALA and other professional organizations, and is the author of four books and dozens of white papers and articles in professional journals. He is a member of the ARMA International Company of Fellows, is a Fellow of the Information Management Institute of Africa and is a recipient of the ARMA International Britt Literary Award. For additional information please visit John Montana’s LinkedIn Profile

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