March 21, 2017
For immediate release
Salt Lake City, Utah – Caveon Test Security is pleased to announce two upcoming presentations by Caveon team members.
Dr. Jamie Mulkey, Vice President of Client Services at Caveon, will be presenting at the Questionmark Users Conference in Santa Fe, New Mexico on March 21-24. In addition to providing in-depth sessions on Questionmark features and functions, this conference will focus on introducing new assessment-related solutions for the fields of business, government, and higher education. Jamie’s session for the conference is titled “Holistic Test Security: When Monitoring is not enough”. It will discuss the importance of looking at the greatest test security threats to an organization and their impact in terms of risk. This approach allows testing programs to identify their security vulnerabilities and attack those vulnerabilities from multiple angles to ensure fair and valid testing for everyone.
Benjamin Hunter, Caveon’s Technology Product Manager & Sales Director, will be presenting at the Center for Association Leadership’s (ASAE) Association Law Online Conference on March 27-29. This three-day online workshop provides essential, up-to-date legal information designed specifically for the non-attorney whose work involves legal tasks. Ben Hunter will be contributing to this education program with a session titled “Protecting Your Intellectual Property from Unauthorized Users in the Digital World”.
“Caveon is thrilled to have our team members present at assessment-related conferences,” says Dr. David Foster, Caveon’s President and CEO. “The conferences are an incredible opportunity to expand our breadth of knowledge, get to know like-minded individuals, and share our test security expertise with our peers in the wider assessment community.”
For more information on these conferences and Caveon’s involvement, please contact email@example.com.