Security

To keep personal data private, can EyeDetect track a person’s test results using an assigned number rather than using their name?

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Yes. If an organization wishes to protect the identity of an examinee for purposes of reporting testing results, during registration prior to taking a test, the Test Proctor would provide an identifying number rather than a person’s name. In addition, the Test Proctor can elect to not take a photo of the person being tested.

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How secure is the Converus Data Center?

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To store and process user data collected during testing, Converus uses standalone (non-hosted) servers that are owned by Converus, and not owned by the data center. Access to these servers is controlled by a firewall and incoming web traffic is monitored for threats. All servers are housed in a private, locked rack in a SSAE

How secure is the Converus Data Center?2019-06-28T14:50:12-06:00

How secure is the data stored on the EyeDetect Station where tests are administered to the examinee?

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Each EyeDetect station comes with a secure external hard drive manufactured by DataLocker. The DataLocker is 256-bit AES encrypted and FIPS 140-2 validated. All test data is stored on the DataLocker and can only be accessed by users that enter the key to unlock the hard drive. Test data is encrypted using a unique key

How secure is the data stored on the EyeDetect Station where tests are administered to the examinee?2019-06-28T14:49:28-06:00