Your Ultimate Guide to
Monitoring the Web for
Stolen Test Content

It’s frustrating (and expensive!) to spend the time, creativity, and resources developing great test questions, only to have those items disclosed on the Internet a short time after publication. The result? Undeserving test takers pass the exam using pre-knowledge (memorizing the answers they found online). This type of fraudulent activity erodes the validity of your exam and hurts your program’s reputation. Worst of all, your investment in developing high-quality assessments goes down the drain. Patrolling the web is a powerful tool that helps to protect your exams from this type of cheating and gives your highly-valued intellectual properties additional validity, lifespan, and security in the current online environment.

What will you find in the Ultimate Guide?

Downloading this free ultimate guide gives you access to informative, relevant web monitoring advice from experts in the industry, answering all your burning questions, like:

  • What is web monitoring and why should you care?
  • What are some common places you can find stolen content online
  • What are the potential costs of prolonged, unchecked exposure
  • “Crawling” and “Patrolling,” what’s the difference?
  • How do you approach international web monitoring?
  • When and how do I use the DMCA to protect my content?

More still, the ultimate guide contains useful tools to take back to your team, including:

  • A set of questions to plan for web exposure
  • A step-by-step threat removal process guide