Our Commitment to Accessibility

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Proctorio’s software was built with accessibility in mind from day one. Even before the pandemic,  we were committed to expanding access for learners who could not easily participate in the traditional education system because of extenuating circumstances or abilities.  But as Proctorio has evolved, so too has awareness for accommodating test takers of all abilities, … Read more

Proctorio’s New Partnership With Microsoft Edge For Enhanced Data Privacy and Security

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At Proctorio, individual test-taker privacy and data security are our highest priorities. Because of this commitment, we continually seek out the safest and most secure solutions. As the next step to providing the most secure online learning experience possible, we’re excited to announce that our platform is now available as a Microsoft Edge browser extension.  … Read more

Best Practices for Final Exams

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Calling All Test Takers: Here’s How to Get Ready for Your Final Exams December is here and it’s time to start preparing for finals! Between the stress of studying for exams, submitting final papers, getting ready for the holidays, and just generally being a human in 2020, we understand that there’s a lot going on … Read more

Enhanced Encryption and Security Features for Fall Semester 2020

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By Mike Olsen, CEO To ensure Proctorio stays ahead of the latest security threats, we are updating our security platform with a variety of enhancements:   We have hardened the key derivation method used to generate the Zero-Knowledge Encryption encryption keys. Moving forward, we increased the number of math operations used to generate keys by 9,900%. … Read more

Why Proctorio Requests Certain Browser Permissions

By Mike Olsen, CEO To preserve the privacy of test takers around the world taking exams with Proctorio, we have purposefully designed our software to limit the information we can access. This includes refraining from using facial recognition and implementing Zero-Knowledge encryption, preventing Proctorio employees from having access to unencrypted test-taker data on our own … Read more