CISSP PRACTICE QUESTIONS – 20220407

Effective CISSP Questions

When you go to see a doctor, which of the following best describes your right to maintain control over and confidentiality of information about yourself and your health? (Wentz QOTD)
A. Privacy
B. Sensitive personal data
C. Protected Health Information (PHI)
D. Personally identifiable information (PII)


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CISSP PRACTICE QUESTIONS – 20220406

Effective CISSP Questions

Which of the following is the best instrument introduced in the NIST Privacy Framework to conduct privacy gap analysis? (Wentz QOTD)
A. Functions
B. Categories
C. Profiles
D. Implementation tiers


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CISSP PRACTICE QUESTIONS – 20220405

Effective CISSP Questions

Which of the following is not an outcome of the “Identity” function of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework? (Wentz QOTD)
A. Governance
B. Asset management
C. Business environment
D. Information protection processes and procedures


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CISSP PRACTICE QUESTIONS – 20220404

Effective CISSP Questions

It’s commonly agreed that security and privacy are two sides of a coin and there is no privacy without security. Which of the following is not one of the NIST privacy engineering objectives? (Wentz QOTD)
A. Traceability
B. Predictability
C. Manageability
D. Disassociability


Kindly be reminded that the suggested answer is for your reference only. It doesn’t matter whether you have the right or wrong answer. What really matters is your reasoning process and justifications.

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