ISC2 CISSP Real Exam Questions
"Certified Information Systems Security Professional", also known as CISSP for Associate of (ISC)² status, is a (ISC)² certification.
To become certified of CISSP expert for Associate of (ISC)² , the candidate must pass the qualification of CISSP exam. With the complete collection of questions and answers, Pass4sure has assembled to take you through all the possible subjects to your CISSP exam preparation.
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1. In addition to protecting important assets, security rules and procedures should:
A. Be cost effective
B. Justified by risk analysis
C. Support the organizational mission
D. Apply to everyone in the organization
2. Masquerading is:
A. Attempting to hack a system through backdoors to an operating system or application
B. Pretending to be an authorized user
C. Always done through IP spoofing
D. Applying a subnet mask to an internal IP range
3. Integrity is protection of data from all of the following EXCEPT:
A. Unauthorized changes
B. Accidental changes
C. Data analysis
D. Intentional manipulation
4. A security program cannot address which of the following business goals?
A. Accuracy of information
B. Change control
C. User expectations
D. Prevention of fraud
5. In most cases, integrity is enforced through:
A. Physical security
B. Logical security
D. Access controls
6. A “well-formed transaction” is one that:
A. Has all the necessary paperwork to substantiate the transaction.
B. Is based on clear business objectives.
C. Ensures that data can be manipulated only by a specific set of programs.
D. Is subject to duplicate processing.
7. In an accounting department, several people are required to complete a financial process. This is most likely an example of:
A. Segregation of duties
B. Rotation of duties
8. Risk Management is commonly understood as all of the following. EXCEPT:
A. Analyzing and assessing risk
B. Identifying risk
C. Accepting or mitigation of risk
D. Likelihood of a risk occurring
9. The percentage or degree of damage inflicted on an asset used in the calculation of single loss expectancy can be referred to as:
A. Exposure Factor (EF)
B. Annualized Rate of Occurrence (ARO)
10. The absence of a fire-suppression system would be best characterized as a(n):
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