RCRE 015: CISSP Practice Exam Questions (Domain 4)Aug 07, 2019
Shon Gerber from ReduceCyberRisk.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 be covering CISSP Exam questions that are associated with Domain 4 (Communication and Network Security) of the ISC2 CISSP Exam.
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real Sean Gerber again with providing some cissp exam questions for you test let you pass the test the first time this is our cre101 5 and you can catch it out at this information to produce cyber-risk or Sean gerber.com domain for communication and network security alright so first question 802. 11 is typically the standard for radio frequency ranges for use in Wi-Fi Communications in the 900 megahertz 2.4 gigahertz 5 gigahertz 5.9 gigahertz 60 gigahertz pants change is divided into multiple blank gigahertz Wi-Fi can you take his all talk on all these gigahertz and megahertz right so what is it but it's it's also divided so you should these frequency bands and divided into a multiple blank multiple of blank a frequencies B IP addresses see posts or D channels DNR what are they broken into frequencies IP addresses host or Channel answer is it is channels each range is divided into a multitude of channels and will countries will apply their own regulations to allow the amount of channels they're going to give you for users and a maximum power level Within These frequency ranges as we all know frequencies that the frequency spectrum if you have them in multiple ranges how you can call some challenges where they will end up interfering with each other hence that's why they have a different channels to allow you to select which frequency that you wish to do you want to maintain they are they actually are your initial frequency and they're broken into channels you see that a Wikipedia I act Box taco okay question to Tempest is the US National Security Agency specification and NATO certifications refer to which of the following an automobile produced by General Motors from 1961 to 1991 information through leaking cancellations including radio or electrical signals sounds and vibrations that's a long ball full of words but yes walking on information for leaking emaciation including unintentional radio or electric slide Nicole sound and vibrations Shakespearean play none of the above again Tempest is a US National Security Agency specification and NATO certifications referred to which of the following by General Motors spying through leaking of information a Shakespearean play order Abby right I had our time by this I know what tempis is that deal with that many times in my life and but was trying to think of some other cool ways of using Tempest cuz Tempest kind of just give himself away 191 for 30 years but it's basically spy on information through leaking including unintentional radio or electrical signals sounds and vibrations okay so Tempest will cover both mess with methods and it's designed to basically tell you how far from shielding is to tell you 4 is an example of a computer next to an outlet if you're trying to eavesdrop on those Communications to close the outlet Justice. antenna or just even from a monitor could be potentially intercepted so you got em SEC which is your mission security and also comsec was your communication security allow that's dealt with in the government but it's just something to consider depending on if you're dealing with high highly sensitive information you can get the Sioux wikipedia.org and it's at Tempest is the code name next question when securing Wi-Fi networks one consideration all Wireless is that signals are blank did the very limited locations Sego Beyond expected ranges are inherently safe D All the Above secure Wi-Fi networks one consideration on wireless is that signals are limited to very limited locations they go beyond the expected ranges are inherently safe or all of the above answer is that go beyond the expected rain just can't stop it right it goes everywhere and so you have to understand that how much power you have the atmospheric conditions any obstructions you may have will affect obviously the range of the Wi-Fi but at the end of the day if you have Wi-Fi in your environment and you are wanting to keep that stuff very close you need to make sure you dial down the the power or setup very specific rules allowing people to connect to these Wi-Fi environment and you can check that out of my cissp training course got that available as well all right that's all I got for this episode again you can check out Sean gerber.com new site that's coming up and I've got cissp certification exam questions and study materials for you so you can pass the cissp the first time don't do like I did and fail it the first time and cost you a fortune pass at the first time it's that that's what we want to help you do or you go to give me., you can check out my cissp certification there and just type in Shawn s h o n Gerber and you will find my cissp training that will take you to my cissp training as well so again. 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