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exam support loyalist exam services SECURITY

 

LES protects your investments by combining technology with a LIVE proctor.

Transparency of applications to live auditing and intervention is an important aspect to delivering proctored exams. The solution must have the ability for LES auditors and supervisors to be able to, at any time, join proctored sessions to view student activity. All of our technologies allow such access, in real time.

Would your organization benefit from any of these security measures?

Locking-down a candidate's computer

Our platform can provide access to the exam via a virtual desktop. This method allows the proctor to suspend the exam at any point without terminating it.

Live Auditing for 100% of the exam session

The proctor watches the exam session the entire time. Monitoring of keystrokes and eye movements are among the methods we use to ensure security.

Recording of all activities

This is one of the most comprehensive approaches in the industry. Our process records:

  • candidate's computer
  • physical exam space (both audio and video)
  • proctor/candidate communication

Exam suspension option

Our technology records what is happening on the candidate's computer and records the applications running. This ensures if for some reason the session is suspended, the proctor is able to also suspend access to the exam.

Authentication

This requirement may be customized. Typically our LIVE Proctored exams require Government photo identification, however there are other options available.

 

Your next step?  Contact us to discuss your exam requirements and determine if LES can help streamline your process. Click here to contact us or email mmiller@loyalistexams.com.


Way better than I expected, so used to the typical test center environment, I took the exam from the comfort of my own home and everything was great. ~ Francisco Rios, Exam Candidate

This was my first time using an online test system like this and it was great. Can't wait to use it again! ~ Julie Reed, Exam Candidate