RCR 070: Practice CISSP Exam Questions Around IPSEC - CISSP Training and Study!

Feb 08, 2020

 

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Shon Gerber from ShonGerber.com provides you the information and knowledge you need to prepare and pass the CISSP Exam while providing the tools you need to enhance your cybersecurity career.  Shon utilizes his expansive knowledge while providing superior training from his years of training people in cybersecurity. 

In this episode, Shon will provide CISSP training for Domain 4 (Communication and Network Security) of the CISSP Exam.  His extensive training will cover all of the CISSP domains.

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CISSP Exam Questions

Question:  093

________ is a standards-based mechanism for providing encryption for point-to-point TCP/IP traffic.

  1. A) UDP
  2. B) IDEA
  3. C) IPSec
  4. D) SDLC

IPSec

IPSec, or IP Security, is a standards-based mechanism for providing encryption for point-to-point TCP/IP traffic.

From https://www.brainscape.com/flashcards/telecommunications-and-network-security-971259/packs/1774328

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Question:  094

What is both a benefit and a potentially harmful implication of multilayer protocols?

  1. A) Throughput
  2. B) Encapsulation
  3. C) Hash integrity checking
  4. D) Logical addressing

Encapsulation

Encapsulation is both a benefit and a potentially harmful implication of multilayer protocols.  

From https://www.brainscape.com/flashcards/telecommunications-and-network-security-971259/packs/1774328

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Question:  095

Which of the following is not true regarding firewalls?

  1. A) They are able to log traffic information.
  2. B) They are able to block viruses.
  3. C) They are able to issue alarms based on suspected attacks.
  4. D) They are unable to prevent internal attacks.

They are able to block viruses.

Most firewalls offer extensive logging, auditing, and monitoring capabilities as well as alarms and even basic IDS functions. Firewalls are unable to block viruses or malicious code transmitted through otherwise authorized communication channels, prevent unauthorized but accidental or intended disclosure of information by users, prevent attacks by malicious users already behind the firewall, or protect data after it passed out of or into the private network.

From https://www.brainscape.com/flashcards/telecommunications-and-network-security-971259/packs/1774328

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  What color do sunroofs podcast episode 70 cissp sample exam questions welcome to reduce cyber risk podcast where we provide you the training and tools you need to pass the cissp exam while enhancing your cybersecurity career hi my name is Sean Gerber and I'm your host of this action-packed informative podcast join me each week cuz I provide the information you need to grow your knowledge so that you're better prepared to pass the cissp exam lagir afternoon hope everybody's doing well this beautiful day in February things are great here Wichita Kansas and it's just couldn't be better I just just couldn't be it's going to be wonderful this weekend and nice and warm so that's always a positive I hope everybody is studying hard for their cissp exam and that you know that you can get a lot of help if you go to Shawn gerber.com and check out my free stuff available for you that would help you out immensely especially if you're going into this weekend is cram the day we're going to have three sample questions for you and this will just go ahead and get started episode episode G question number one a blank is a standards-based mechanism for providing encryption 4.2.2 it's a standards-based mechanism but don't know for providing encryption for point-to-point TCP IP traffic UDP Idea Idea see iPad DS DLC alright so standards-based mechanism for providing encryption to point-to-point TCP IP traffic look for all the clues the towels broadcast that doesn't work Kelsey is a software development development lifecycle throw that out soon UTPB is IDE a C Is ipsec and Ds DLC ipsec ipsec is for IP security and it's a standards-based mechanism for providing encryption for point-to-point TCP IP traffic you can get this out on brainscape, or something should also be have that as well but that's where you can get some of these flashcards all right question number 2 what is both a benefit and a potentially harmful application for multi layer protocols a throughput be encapsulation C hash Integrity checking D logical addressing queso what benefit what is both a benefit and a potential harmful application for multi layer protocols B encapsulation C hash Integrity checking and D logical addressing encapsulation be cancellation boat is both a benefit and a potentially harmful implication question number 3 following is not true regarding firewalls able to log traffic information they're able to block viruses they are able to issue alarms based on suspected attacks they're able to they are able to log traffic information they're able to block viruses they're able to issue alarms based on suspected active attacks they are unable to prevent internal attacks the negative they are what are they what are they there be they are able to block viruses they don't block viruses that they don't do that there are some firewalls I do have active monitoring that can block attacks from those viruses that may be causing it but in the end of the day they do not block viruses there they just don't know there's some Pac packet filtering and it's also packet inspection that if they're trying to get through they can go ahead and eat those but that's typically the the IPS aspect in firewall it's one of those things where people have actually thought about you do you turn them on when you leave that off and just do a past Pak inspections the it's kind of a school of thought that if you get into the active monitoring piece where is blocking things sometimes people are concerned about afraid of undetermined if that's something you really want to do or not with the active monitoring most exposed Firearms this point do have extensive login auditing capabilities if they are they're awesome they really really are and depending on how much you want to spend they can get become even more awesomeness but that's bottom line is is that will not block viruses hope you enjoyed this this is all I got for today but to go out to Shawn s h o n gerber.com and check out my free content for you I just got to do the setup for my email address for my email address setup for your email address and you will get access to the free wonderful cissp content to help you pass the cissp the first time all right have a wonderful day will catch you on the flip side for joining me today on my podcast head over to Shawn gerber.com and look at all the free content that I have available for you there is a cissp mini course free cissp exam questions podcast and so much more it's all available to my email subscriber so sign up if you want my personalized cissp training you with your cissp need so you can pass the test the first time thanks so much for listening will catch you on the flip side CGI

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