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Learn how to build relationships with website administrators to ensure your test content isn't being shared, stolen, and sold online! We invite you to join Caveon as we unveil four tips to help you learn what you can do to keep your exam content from ending up in the wrong hands.
In this session we're pleased to feature:
- Catherine Davis, Director of Global Learning, Research and Development, CGFNS
- Cary Straw, Senior Web Patrol Security Analyst, Caveon
Our presenters will share their experiences and lessons learned in the following four areas:
Handling Proxy Sites: What you can do when a company is offering to take the exam as a proxy for your test candidates. Know the advertising lingo proxies (and other test prep sites) use to sell their wares so you can catch them before your tests are compromised.
International Online Threats: Learn how to protect your content from infringing websites outside the U.S. and in foreign languages.
Creating Allies: Learn how to foster relationships with website administrators to greatly reduce exposure time when a threat is identified. Once a rapport has been built, most website admin allies will remove content within minutes after receiving your takedown request.
Planning For Success: We will share tips on what you can do within your own organization to be prepared to respond if a serious threat is discovered. Acting swiftly and directly will prevent content from spreading like wildfire.