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The Power of Open: Questionmark’s open assessment platform

Posted by Steve Lay In the beginning there was CVS, then there was SVN and now there's Git.  What am I talking about?  These are all source code control systems, systems that are used to store computer source code in a way that preserves the complete version history and provides... Read More

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How online assessments (quizzes, tests and exams) can help information security awareness and compliance

Posted by John Kleeman With the rise of data security leakages, most professional organizations are seeking to significantly upscale their cybersecurity to better protect their organization from information security risks. I see an increasing use of online assessments helping information security and thought I’d provide some pointers about this. There are... Read More

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Questionmark OnDemand Assessment Management System now HIPAA-compliant

Posted by Jamie Armstrong Questionmark recently began offering US OnDemand Service customers the option of entering into an additional agreement for compliance with HIPAA (the US Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act). I’d like to provide some brief information on this exciting new development, particularly for those not familiar with... Read More

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FBI and Homeland Security advice on trumping cybersecurity attacks

Posted by John Kleeman There’s a lot in the news recently about possible cybersecurity attacks on the political process. Here are some thoughts on how we can learn from this and apply it to assessment security. One of the most interesting documents I’ve read on this subject is the Department... Read More

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7 ways assessments can save you money and protect your reputation [Compliance webinar]

Posted by Julie Delazyn Last week, illegal banking practices cost Wells Fargo, one of America's largest banks, $185 million in fines. Regulators have called the scandal "outrageous" and stated that the widespread nature of the illegal behavior shows the bank lacked the necessary controls and oversight of its employees. Educating... Read More