Tuesday, October 15th, 2019
10:00 am EDT (New York) / 3:00 pm BST (London)
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It matters to society, organizations and individuals that test results are trustable. Tests and exams are used to make important decisions about people and each failure of test security reduces that trustworthiness.
Identifying and assessing security threats and their potential for impact is the first step toward developing a sound strategy for risk mitigation.
Join us for a one-hour webinar that will explore:
- 9 risks to test security before, during and after test delivery
- Strategies for mitigating security threats such as content theft, identity fraud and cheating
- Considerations for assessing test security threats and their potential impact on your organization
Presented by John Kleeman, Founder and Executive Director of Questionmark, this session examines both best practice for test security as well as emerging technologies that can make your testing program more secure – and your test results more trustworthy.
About the presenter:
John Kleeman is Executive Director and Founder of Questionmark. He has a first class degree from Trinity College, Cambridge, and is a Chartered Engineer. John wrote the first version of the Questionmark assessment software system and then founded Questionmark in 1988 to market, develop and support it. John has been heavily involved in assessment software development for over 20 years and has also participated in several standards initiatives: he was on the original team that created IMS QTI and was the instigator and chairman of the panel that produced the Standard BS 7988, which has now become ISO 23988.