CISSP Practice Exams, Fourth Edition

CISSP Practice Exams, Fourth Edition

Language: English

Pages: 406

ISBN: 1259585964

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

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

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have been diminished. Opportunity is the “where” and “when” of a crime. Opportunities usually arise when certain vulnerabilities or weaknesses are present. If a company does not have a firewall, hackers and attackers have all types of opportunities within that network. Once a crime fighter finds out why a person would want to commit a crime (motive), she will look at what could allow the criminal to be successful (opportunity). Means pertains to the capabilities a criminal would need to be

retain data 6. Assigning data classification levels can help with all of the following except: A. The grouping of classified information with hierarchical and restrictive security B. Ensuring that nonsensitive data is not being protected by unnecessary controls C. Extracting data from a database D. Lowering the costs of protecting data 7. Which of the following is not included in a risk assessment? A. Discontinuing activities that introduce risk B. Identifying assets C. Identifying

(or guess) something that she does not have the clearance level or authority to know. For example, let’s say that Tom is working on a file that contains information about supplies that are being sent to Russia. He closes out of that file and one hour later attempts to open the same file. During this time, the file’s classification has been elevated to Top Secret, so when Tom attempts to access it, he is denied. Tom can infer that some type of Top Secret mission is getting ready to take place with

depth of field varies depending upon the size of the lens opening, the distance of the object being focused on, and the focal length of the lens. The depth of field increases as the size of the lens opening decreases, the subject distance increases, or the focal length of the lens decreases. C is incorrect because an auto-iris lens should be used in environments where the light changes, as in an outdoor setting. As the environment brightens, this is sensed by the iris, which automatically

security policy is needed specifying IM usage restrictions. 21. There are several different types of authentication technologies. Which type is being shown in the graphic that follows? A. 802.1x B. Extensible Authentication Protocol C. Frequency hopping spread spectrum D. Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing 22. What type of security encryption component is missing from the table that follows? A. Service Set ID B. Temporal Key Integrity Protocol C. Ad hoc WLAN D. Open system

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