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RESILIA® Cyber Resilience Foundation Exam Simulator

multiple choice exam (ABCD)
one correct answer per question
# of questions: 50 | 66% to pass (33)
duration: 100 minutes

Copyright ┬ę Miros┼éaw D─ůbrowski

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1. Which is the MAIN result of increased sharing of data?

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2. What is a significant consideration in the design of cyber resilience controls?

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3. What is the main goal of cyber resilience according to the introduction chapter?

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4. Which services must have a business continuity plan?

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5. Which are the BEST sources of documented evidence for cyber resilience compliance?

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6. What is the purpose of a risk register?

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7. Which scenario is an example of a socially engineered attack?

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8. Which is an example of a violation of segregation of duties (SoD)?

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9. In the context of risk management, what is meant by "vulnerabilities"?

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10. Which document is essential for tracking progress and changes during risk management activities?

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11. Why is stakeholder involvement crucial in developing a cyber resilience strategy?

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12. Which is a stakeholder category for a cyber resilience strategy?

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13. What is one of the important characteristics of cyber resilience?

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14. What does a disposal policy need to take into consideration?

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15. What is the BEST description of management activities?

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16. What does the introduction of effective cyber resilience require?

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17. Which concept uses multiple independent security controls to provide redundancy?

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18. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a critical element of effective cyber resilience?

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19. What is the primary purpose of formal risk management?

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20. Which describes how organizations BEST manage the risk of cyber-attacks?

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21. What is the first step in the risk management process?

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22. Which process ensures that security requirements are included in systems that are developed by third parties?

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23. Which control ensures that cyber resilience is adequately addressed?

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24. How may the service desk contribute to cyber resilience?

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25. Which standard defines risk management principles and guidelines but does not provide personal certification?

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26. How are the findings of a review and audit BEST presented?

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27. What is one of the main benefits of having a cyber resilience strategy?

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28. What is the primary benefit of having a single management system for cyber resilience and risk management?

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29. Which of the following is a key definition of cyber resilience?

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30. Which threats are BEST managed with physical access control?

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31. In the "present and use the information" step of the seven-step improvement process for cyber resilience, what audience should be considered?

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32. What is a key component of a cyber resilience management system?

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33. What role do security awareness training play in cyber resilience and IT security?

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34. Which approach do cyber resilience BEST practices use according to the ITIL framework?

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35. What should be documented in a risk treatment plan?

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36. What does the Management of Risk (M_o_R) framework help organizations to do?

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37. Which aspect of cyber resilience involves ensuring information can be used when needed by authorized persons?

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38. Which process BEST helps to manage organizational change and ensure the success of cyber resilience projects?

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39. Which can be used as a cyber resilience maturity model?

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40. What is the role of senior management in managing cyber resilience?

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41. Which framework integrates risk management with IT service management?

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42. Which risk response strategy involves accepting the risk and dealing with its consequences?

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43. What must be the INITIAL objective of an incident response team?

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44. What does the "Internet of Things" (IoT) refer to?

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45. What is the purpose of a detective control?

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46. Which aspect is emphasized in the governance of cyber resilience and cyber resilience strategy?

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47. Which control MOST helps to prevent careless or accidental disclosure of information?

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48. What framework does RESILIA align with for managing cyber resilience?

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49. What is the purpose of cyber resilience design?

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50. What is a common characteristic associated with information security?

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The official RESILIA® qualification/exams (Foundation and Practitioner) AND official, accredited RESILIA® courses are entirely based ONLY on the content covered in the publication below:

  • Title: Cyber Resilience Best Practices
  • Pages: 324
  • ISBN-10: 0113314639
  • ISBN-13: 978-0113314638

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