Harvey Spencer has over 40 years experience in the computer market as a User; VAR; Manufacturer/Developer; and Consultant. During his career he has had extensive experience in Systems Analysis; Application Programming; Hardware Development; Strategic Planning; Product Management; and Product Marketing.
Since 1989 he has been President of HSA Inc., an analyst company specializing in advanced document imaging technology and solutions, with a particular focus on document capture, recognition technologies, forms processing and content capture from structured and unstructured business inputs. He is a recognized expert on document scanning and forms recognition including OCR, ICR, OMR, and barcode recognition and has written extensively on these subjects. HSA was acquired by Infosource in December 2019. Harvey is now Vice President of HSA, an Infosource (USA) company.
HSA issues an annual analysis of the $3bn worldwide document capture software market, which is growing at double digits. Detailed reports from HSA identify market trends and opportunities as well as analyses of the leading vendors. The reports are complemented by an annual Capture conference, now in its 11th year, and the only conference devoted solely to this market.
Before joining HSA in 2013 Mike Spang managed Business Research for Eastman Kodak’s Document Imaging business. In this role Mike provided market research, market situation analysis, competitive assessment, and forecasting in the content capture and management market space. In his 20+ years of business experience, Mike has been involved with the consumer, print, and health care markets. In addition to market situation analysis, Mike’s variety of experiences also including: market research, capital equipment sales, workflow analysis & modeling, ethnographic research, usability testing, scenario planning and marketing communication..
Holding a CMA degree, Johann started his career in the ERP software business, linking Finance administration
with IT. Prior to Infosource Johann worked for the Swiss Automobile Association (TCS) as a SAP project
manager for Logistics and Finance.
Keith Swiat is an accomplished and respected cybersecurity leader dedicated to improving the security
posture of companies through the viewpoint of how lens that security is attained, not obtained. Keith’s
broad cybersecurity experience includes data privacy, cyber compliance, threat modeling, incident
response, data breach forensics, security testing , social engineering, and cryptography. Recently he has
been leading efforts in integrating data privacy into WMP’s cybersecurity offerings and educating both
internal resources and clients on the ever evolving data privacy regulatory space.
BRYCE AUSTIN – Cybersecurity Expert, Best Selling Author
Bryce Austin started his technology career on a Commodore 64 computer and a cassette tape drive. Today he is a leading voice on technology and cybersecurity. Bryce holds a CISM certification and is an internationally recognized professional speaker.
With over 15 years as a technology leader, Bryce advises the boards of companies in a diverse array of industries. He was the CIO and CISO of Wells Fargo Business Payroll Services, and a Senior Group Manager at Target. He has first-hand experience of what happens during a cybersecurity crisis, as it did to Target due to their 2013/2014 PCI data breach. His best-selling book is titled Secure Enough? 20 Questions on Cybersecurity for Business Owners and Executives.
In his free time, Bryce is a high-speed track driver and coach. He has driven cars from a 65 horsepower Mini Cooper to a 650 horsepower Porsche 911 Turbo. He has had over 100 students, none of whom have died while under his instruction.