Scholars making efforts to improve cheating detection on tests

Caveon is one of the conference sponsors. As Neal Kingston states, the goal is to administer exams fairly and securely. 

If you are able to come, it should be interesting.
On May 23 and 24, the KU Center for Educational Testing and Evaluation will hold its first scholarly conference to focus on using statistical analysis of answers as a way to detect test fraud through patterns of irregularity. Neal Kingston, director of the center, says that the conference will “benefit students by creating a fair system so that everyone is on an equivalent playing field.”