Caveon is pleased to announce Dr. John Fremer’s participation in this year’s Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) SCASS Winter Meeting.
Written by: Dr. John Fremer, Ph.D., President, Caveon Consulting Services “Insert Quarter, Avoid Klingons” is cited in Walter Issacson’s
Written By: David Foster, CEO & Founder, Caveon Test Security Today reports came out regarding the most recent senate hearing about the SAT
Written By: Dennis Maynes, Chief Scientist, Caveon Test Security My boss may be upset with this essay, because if I persuade you to quit cheating
Written By: Steve Addicott, Vice President, Caveon Test Security The internet is the greatest knowledge sharing and communication innovation in
Written by Dr. John Fremer Ph.D., President of Caveon Consulting Services Lose some weight? Stop smoking? Be more patient? These appear on
Written By: Dennis Maynes, Chief Scientist, Caveon Test Security I am a great fan of the Sherlock Holmes stories. And, I am not alone. Arthur
Written By: David Foster, Chairman & CEO, Caveon Test Security I recently attended the SLOAN-C international conference in Orlando, Florida.
Written By: John Fremer, President, Caveon Consulting Services How do individuals react when a question is raised about the possibility that
Written by: Steve Addicott, Vice President, Caveon After so many years working for a company that has built our business by helping protect
Written By: Dennis Maynes, Chief Scientist, Caveon Test Security Recently, the Huffington Post reported that taxpayers in Georgia would probably
Written by: David Foster Ph.D., Caveon Chairman & CEO To better manage security it is important to understand the security vulnerabilities,
Written by: Dennis Maynes, Chief Scientist, Caveon Test Security – November 11, 2011 On January 7, 2011, the Dr. Phil Show aired an
How can you prevent cheating on state assessments or detect it, if it occurs? I had the pleasure of presenting suggestions on this topic to
This week, Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks, announced that his organization is running out of money and may be forced to cease operations by
October is an important month for Caveon. Eight years ago in October, 2003, several assessment industry veterans formed a small consulting
Item exposure during an exam in the testing world is often viewed as a bad thing, because it seems obvious that item exposure leads to item
The third European ATP Conference concluded the last week in September in the spectacularly lovely city of Prague in the Czech Republic and it
It was sometime after we started Caveon, that I realized the primary goal of conducting security analyses was the strengthening of exam security,
In 2010, a very useful book was published by The Council of Chief State School Officers and the Association of Test Publishers. It is titled
By: Dennis Maynes, Chief Scientist, Caveon Test Security This summer, many cheating investigations of schools based on forensics evidence have
By Steve Addicott, Vice President of Sales, Caveon Test Security Over the past few weeks, I have participated in several planning sessions with
November 17, 2011 Caveon’s Dennis Maynes and Steve Addicott will present technical details regarding Caveon’s Data Forensic service.
November 14, 16, 18, 2011 Caveon Vice President Steve Addicott will conduct a series of deep dive presentations into Caveon Web Patrol, a service
November 15, 2011 Register for Webinar Join Caveon clients CFA Institute and SHL as they share best practices for protecting your intellectual
November 8 – 11, 2011 Caveon President Dr. David Foster is participating in the 17th annual Sloan C Conference.
November 8-11, 2011 Caveon will be participating in the ICE’s 2011 Annual Education Conference. We look forward to engaging with our clients,
November 3-4, 2011 Caveon’s Dennis Maynes and Steve Addicott are conducting the keynote presentation for the 2011 FERA conference in Orlando.
November 1-2, 2011 Caveon’s John Fremer will participate in a special presentation concerning security in K-12 state assessments for the
By David Foster, President, Caveon Test Security Over 20 years ago, the first high-stakes tests were delivered using computers. The movement of