Caveon, the premier test security company, is celebrating 10 years in business in 2013. Watch our 10 year video and take a stroll down Caveon’s Memory Lane. Dr. John Fremer, President of Caveon Consulting Services, enthusiastically said the following of this achievement, “Happy Anniversary, Happy Anniversary…Caveon Test Security is now in its 10th year and [...]Read more
At Caveon, our sole focus is to safeguard your tests.
We help you improve the security of your testing practices, and our sophisticated, proprietary tools will give you evidence of where, when and who might be compromising your tests. With Caveon, the integrity of your test items, programs, and most importantly, your reputation are protected.
“We offer proven, practical protection for the most important test programs in the world.”
- Steve Addicott, Vice President, Caveon
By Dr. John Fremer, Ph.D., President, Caveon Consulting Services Characters Fremer, a conscientious test security consultant Certification Manager, a conscientious certification program manager Act One Fremer – “Have you had a chance to look at our Caveon Test Security Audit proposal? Cert (A Certification Program Manager) – “I have. And, I also spoke with several [...]Read more
Written by: Christie Zervos, Director of Operations, Caveon Test Security Donald McCabe of Rutgers University Business School recently performed research on academic cheating at 51 universities. Results were shocking. He found: 75% of university students engage in serious cheating Greater than 50% have plagiarized work found on the Internet 50% said they don't think copying questions [...]Read more
By Dennis Maynes, Chief Scientist, Caveon Test Security I believe that there is one and only one reason people cheat on tests and why some people pressure others to cheat or ignore cheating on tests. They want to gain an unfair advantage. They don’t want to pay the price that is required to learn the [...]Read more
By Dave Foster, Chairman and CEO, Caveon In the area of test security, I have some good news and some bad news. The good news first: There is a very limited number of test security threats to worry about. Over the past few years I’ve tried to categorize them as efficiently as possible and have come [...]Read more
Written by: Jamie Mulkey, Vice President, Caveon Test Development Who remembers the 1991 Steve Martin movie classic, LA Story? In one particular scene, Steve’s character, Harris Telemacher, goes to an ATM to get some cash. He is greeted by a robber and the following exchange takes place: “Hi, my name is Bob. I’ll be your [...]Read more