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rslade
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Re: CISSP questions

> Startzc (Newcomer II) posted a new reply in Exams on 01-05-2021 01:45 PM in the

> "Responsible" always makes me look for the top of the food chain, D.
> in this case.   However, I also think of it in the way that senior managers are
> the ones approving control costs or policies, but not necessarily actually
> verifying that those controls are in place.

Good thinking. Again, this question is poorly contructed/worded. On the real
exam you would probably see a proviso of "ultimately," or "directly," or
"primarily" that would allow you to make a distinction.

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Re: CISSP questions

> kamalamalhotra (Viewer II) posted a new reply in Exams on 01-05-2021 09:45 PM in

> the question does not carry ultimate keyword.

Ultimate Keyword sounds like it would be a great name for a supervillian who
could break into any IT system ...

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Re: CISSP questions

> Startzc (Newcomer II) posted a new reply in Exams on 01-05-2021 10:54 PM in the

> This one is straight out of a Shon Harris book.

As I have pointed out before, I refuse to answer any question that starts out "Shon
Harris says ..."

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Re: CISSP questions

I know, that's the only reason I mentioned it. Thanks though.

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Re: CISSP questions

> kamalamalhotra (Newcomer I) posted a new reply in Exams on 01-06-2021 07:02 AM

>   I am planning to take membership of CCCure (CISSP test engine). can
> you please help me if I am taking the right decision.

Twenty years ago, CCCure was a really important resource. then it kind of
bacame a victim of its own success. A lot of the people who had benefitted from
it "helped out" by submitting all kinds of test questions--most of them really,
really bad. This contanimated what had been a really great test bank.

If you can register for free (I haven't looked at it in a while) then it *might* be
worth your time.

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kamalamalhotra
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Re: CISSP questions

the word ultimate sounds out to be a brute force attack right to my head.

kamalamalhotra
Newcomer II

Re: CISSP questions

In CCCure, you got to pay less than $70 for a month a subscription. however, thanks for the heads up and I will continue to look up this thread for your questions.

Startzc
Newcomer II

Re: CISSP questions

What type of access control system is deployed to physically deter unwanted or unauthorized activity and access?
A. Preventive access control
B. Deterrent access control
C. Directive access control
D. Compensation access control

 

Answer: A

 

B-Because Deterrent is not a category, it would fall under the definition of Preventative Controls

C & D-I think it's obvious enough that these are not correct

kamalamalhotra
Newcomer II

Re: CISSP questions

there is an access control called a deterrent. The deterrent is just like your traffic signal, it can tell you to stop, however, cant prevent you from not stopping. preventive is a variant of deterrent however it takes an action, just like a cop who stops you if you cut the red signal. the question is very clear, physically stop that is preventive. 

kamalamalhotra
Newcomer II

Re: CISSP questions

All the best for your exams. if I am right, you have your exams scheduled this Tuesday. I am sure you will crack it.