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Caveon is pleased to host an informative Webinar outlining the risks test programs face when test information is exposed on the Internet, and what can be done to control it.
The Law School Admission Council publishes the LSAT, which is taken by thousands of students seeking admittance to law school. Before and after candidates sit for the exam, internet conversations proliferate across hundreds of online “waterholes” regarding the exam. Learn how LSAC manages these risks by monitoring and participating in online discussions, killing the threads quickly and effectively.
For nearly a decade, Caveon has monitored the web for some of the largest, most important test programs in the world. As online threats have changed, so have the tools and techniques used by Caveon to protect its clients’ tests. Attend this Webinar to learn do-it-yourself tips for finding your content online and mitigating the risks of such exposure.
Topics to be covered include:
- Types of online threats
- Conducting simple searches
- Culling the benign from the “perilous”
- Participating in the online discussion of your exams
- Removing content from infringing sites
Featured presenters: Faisel Alam, Test Security, Law School Admission Council (LSAC), and Steve Addicott, Vice President, Caveon.