CISSP certification: Full 125 question practice test #1 – test 1 – Results

CISSP certification: Full 125 question practice test #1 – test 1 – Results  Return to review Attempt 6 All knowledge areas All questions Question 1: Correct We need to get rid of some old hard drives, and we need to ensure proper data disposal and no data remanence. Which of these options has NO known tools …

OWASP Top Ten

Main Translation Efforts Sponsors Data 2020 OWASP Top Ten The OWASP Top 10 is a standard awareness document for developers and web application security. It represents a broad consensus about the most critical security risks to web applications. Globally recognized by developers as the first step towards more secure coding. Companies should adopt this document …

Risk Management Concepts and the CISSP (Part 1)

The Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) is an information security certification that was developed by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium, also known as (ISC) ². The risk management is one of the modules of CISSP training that entails the identification of an organization’s information assets and the development, documentation, implementation, and updating …

CISSP certification: Risk Analysis terms. Qualitative vs. Quantitative Risk Analysis.

by Thor Pedersen on April 13, 2019 Qualitative vs. Quantitative Risk Analysis. For any Risk analysis we need to identify our assets. What are we protecting? Qualitative Risk Analysis – How likely is it to happen and how bad is it if it happens? This is vague, guessing, a feeling and relatively quick to do. …

Mandatory, Discretionary, Role and Rule Based Access Control

Mandatory, Discretionary, Role and Rule Based Access Control Previous Table of Contents Next About Security+ Essentials Authentication and Identity Verification eBookFrenzy.com Purchase and download the full PDF and ePub versions of this Security+ eBook for only $8.99 One of the key foundations of a comprehensive IT security strategy involves implementing an appropriate level of access …

What Is Cookie Poisoning

What Is Cookie Poisoning  Tomasz Andrzej Nidecki | January 20, 202 The term cookie poisoning is used in different contexts to describe attacks that aim to manipulate, intercept, or forge the content of HTTP cookies. Cookie poisoning attacks are different types of attacks that can affect both the client-side application, data transmission, or the web server. The Many Faces …

dictionary

One-Time Pad: Cryptographic algorithm where plaintext is combined with a random key. It is the only existing mathematically unbreakable encryption. While it is unbreakable it is also very impractical. It has ONE use per pad; they should never be reused. Characters on the pad have to be truly random. The pads are kept secure. Change …

CISSP certification: Full 125 question practice test #1 – test 2 – Results

CISSP certification: Full 125 question practice test #1 – test 2 – Results  Return to review Attempt 4 All knowledge areas All questions Question 1: Skipped Which type of Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) and Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) are completely vulnerable to 0-day attacks? ​ Heuristic based. ​ Signature based. (Correct) ​ Behavioral based. ​ Network …