CISSP Practice Exams, Fourth Edition
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Don’t Let the Real Test Be Your First Test!
This fully updated self-study guide offers complete coverage of all eight CISSP exam domains developed by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC)2®. To reinforce important skills and facilitate retention, every question is accompanied by in-depth explanations for both correct and incorrect answers. Designed to help you pass the test with ease, this book is the ideal companion to the bestselling CISSP All-in-One Exam Guide.
Covers all 8 CISSP domains:
• Security and risk management
• Asset security
• Security engineering
• Communication and network security
• Identity and access management
• Security assessment and testing
• Security operations
• Software development security
Electronic content includes:
• 1000+ multiple-choice practice exam questions
• Hotspot and drag-and-drop practice exam questions
• PDF copy of the complete book
deal with economic, social, and governance issues, and with how sensitive data is transported over borders? A. European Union B. Council of Europe C. Safe Harbor D. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development D. Global organizations that move data across other country boundaries must be aware of and follow the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Guidelines. Since most countries have a different set of laws pertaining to the definition of private data and
strategies can be proactive or reactive. Which is best depends on the environment and the category of the attack. In some cases, the best action might be to disconnect the affected system from the network. Disconnecting the affected system from the network is a reactive strategy, not a proactive strategy. The system is taken offline after it is attacked. If it was taken offline before it was attacked (you’d need some indication that the system was going to be attacked), then the strategy would be
we have as much information as we can get in the analysis stage and answered as many questions as we can, we then move to the tracking stage. We determine if the source of the incident was internal or external and how the offender penetrated and gained access to the asset. A is incorrect because during analysis data is gathered (audit logs, video captures, human accounts of activities, system activities) to try to figure out the root cause of the incident. B is incorrect because the purpose of
until the data is reached. D is incorrect because the relationships between data entities provide the framework for organizing data in a relational database. A relational database is composed of two-dimensional tables, and each table contains unique rows, columns, and cells. Each cell contains one data value that represents a specific attribute within a given row. These data entities are linked by relationships, which provide the framework for organizing the data. 6. Fred has been told he needs
She has been working on a file that was classified as Secret. She can no longer access this file because it has been reclassified as Top Secret. She deduces that the project she was working on has just increased in confidentiality and she now knows more about this project than her clearance and need-to-know allows. Which of the following refers to a concept that attempts to prevent this type of scenario from occurring? A. Covert storage channel B. Inference attack C. Noninterference D.