Test Security Planning: Plan to Think Ahead or Think Fast!

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jamieJamie Mulkey of Caveon 

We’ve all heard the saying, plan your work, then work your plan. When it comes to planning and integrating test security into your testing program’s governance, the idea’s the same: identify your strengths and weaknesses, design strategies to mitigate testing irregularities, then continuously measure and manage. Please join Jamie Mulkey from Caveon as she discusses the process of test security planning for IT organizations. She will describe the fundamental elements of a test security plan and provide examples of how test security plans have benefited IT certification programs.

You should have received an invitation through the Scorpion system from Jamie (Please check your junk mail). Please complete the 8-question survey in preparation for Thursday’s ITCC member meeting presentation.

Join the ITCC Member Meeting Conference Call here on September 18 at 11:00 a.m. CST to hear this exclusive presentation by Jamie Mulkey. You must be a member of the IT Certification Council to participate.


Jamie Mulkey
is the Vice President of Client Services for Caveon. She is responsible for business development and client management of Caveon’s test development and test security products and services. Jamie is passionate about making sure clients get quality assessments and trustworthy test results.

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