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Isaca CISM: Practice Exam QUESTION NO: 1 Senior management commitment and support for information security can BEST be obtained through presentations that: A. use illustrative examples of successful attacks. B. explain the technical risks to the organization. Isaca CISM: practices. C. evaluate the organization against best security Practice Exam C. liabilities risks to key business objectives. D. tie security D. geographic coverage Answer: D Answer: A Explanation: Explanation: Senior management seeks to understand the business justification for investing in security. This

Privacy policies must contain notifications and key business objectives. are a high-level can best be accomplished by tying security to opt-out provisions; they management statement of direction. Isaca do in technical risksaddress warranties, liabilities or They CISM: Practice Exam Senior management will not be as interested not necessarily or examples of successful attacks if geographic coverage, which areon business environment and objectives. Industry best practices are they are not tied to the impact more specific. important to senior management but, again, senior management will give them the right level of QUESTION NO: 6 they are presented in terms of key business objectives. importance when QUESTION NO: 4 What will have the HIGHEST impact on standard information security governance models?

Updated: Nov 14, 2009 B. Distance best practices A. Industry between physical locations Which of the following is characteristic of centralized information security management? C. Informationof organizational structure Version 1.0 B. Complexity technology plans D. Information security best practices C. Organizational to administer A. More expensivebudget
D. Business objectives policies B. Better adherence to and goals Answer: C C. More aligned with business unit needs Answer: D D. Faster turnaround of requests Explanation:

It is MOST important that information security architecture be aligned with which of the following? QUESTION of employees A. Number NO: 2

Information security governance models are highly dependent on the overall organizational Explanation: Answer: B structure. Some of the elements that impact organizational structure are business missions and Information security architecture should always be properly aligned with multiple goals and functions across the organization, leadership and lines of communication. Number of employees objectives. Alignment with IT plans or industry and security best practices is secondary by Explanation:

proper governance. scale. However, turnaround can be slower due to the lack of alignment with business units. Organizational budget is not a major impact once good governance models are in place, hence QUESTION NO: 5 governance will help in effective management of the organization's budget. Security technologies should be selected PRIMARILY on the basis of their: QUESTION NO: 3

and distance of information security management results in greater uniformity and better comparison. Centralizationbetween physical locations have less impact on information security governance models since security policies. It is generally less expensive to administer due to the provide the adherence to well-defined process, technology and people components intermingle toeconomies of

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A. ability to mitigate business risks The MOST important component of a privacy policy is: QUESTION NO: 7 B. evaluations in trade publications

C. use of new and emerging technologies A. notificationsgoal in developing an information security strategy is to: The PRIMARY D. warranties comparison to their costs B. benefits in A. establish security metrics and performance monitoring. Answer: A business process owners regarding their duties. B. educate "Certification Depends on Only One Thing" 2 C. ensure that legal and regulatory requirements are met. - www.actualanswers.com Explanation: D. support the business objectives of the organization. The most fundamental evaluation criteria for the appropriate selection of any security technology is its abilityD reduce or eliminate business risks. Investments in security technologies should be Answer: to based on their overall value in relation to their cost; the value can be demonstrated in terms of risk Explanation: mitigation. This should take precedence over whether they use new or exotic technologies or how The business objectives of the organization supersede all other factors. they are evaluated in trade publications. Establishing metrics and measuring performance, meeting legal and regulatory requirements, and "Certification Depends on Only One Thing" - www.actualanswers.com educating business process owners are all subordinate to this overall goal.

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QUESTION NO: 8 What is the PRIMARY role of the information security manager in the process of information classification within an organization? "Certification Depends on Only One Thing" - www.actualanswers.com 4

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