5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- (IP source and destination address; Direction (inbound or outbound); TCP or UDP source and destination port requests)
ALL OF THE ABOVE
- accept control
- risk identification
- a The _____ strategy is the choice to do nothing to protect a vulnerability and to accept the outcome of its exploitation.
- b The concept of competitive _____ refers to falling behind the competition.
- c The restrictions most commonly implemented in packet-filtering firewalls are based on _____.
- d The first phase of risk management is _____.
- e Security _____are the areas of trust within which users can freely communicate.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- In most common implementation models, the content filter has two components: _____
- Individuals with authorization and privileges to manage information within the organization are most likely to cause harm or damage _____.
- According to Mark Pollitt, _____ is the premeditated, politically motivated attacks against information, computer systems, computer programs, and data which result in violence against noncombatant targets by sub-national groups or clandestine agents.
- Management of classified data includes its storage and _____.
- The _____ security policy is an executive-level document that outlines the organization's approach and attitude towards information security and relates the strategic value of information security within the organization.
5 True/False Questions
Financial Services Modernization Act → _____ defines stiffer penalties for prosecution of terrorists crimes.
social engineering → In most common implementation models, the content filter has two components: _____
MAC layer → A _____ site provides only rudimentary services and facilities.
assessment → Incident damage _____ is the rapid determination of the scope of the breach of the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information and information assets during or just following an incident.
FCO → A(n) _____ is an authorization issued by an organization for the repair, modification, or update of a piece of equipment.