The information below is provided by ProctorU.
Questions regarding the recent security incident can be found at ProctorU Security Update.
- ProctorU does not use any test-taker’s personal information for any purpose other than for facilitating the proctoring of online exams.
- We never sell personal information to third parties.
- We do not market to test-takers, nor do we share personal information for the purpose of marketing to test-takers.
Privacy and data protection is very important to us, and we take diligent measures to protect personal information in accordance with global privacy and data protection laws. From our website visitors, to professors, to test-takers, we strive to provide all of our users with clear explanations about the scope of information we collect, how that information is used, the contexts in which it may be shared, and provide all other disclosures and rights available under applicable privacy laws.
ProctorU is compliant with the following:
- Privacy Shield
- TRUSTe Verified Privacy
- Australia Privacy Act of 1988
- California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
- European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
- New Zealand Privacy Act 1993
- Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS)
- Canada’s Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA)
- Student Privacy Pledge Signatory
- ProctorU encrypts data at rest and in transit
- ProctorU uses industry-standard software and procedures to monitor and maintain security
- ProctorU does not capture payment data
- ProctorU intentionally limits the amount of data collected on test-takers
- ProctorU partners with an external company to perform penetration testing
- Go.ProctorU.com uses HTTPS protocol
ProctorU recently drafted a Student Bill of Rights.