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Q21. Which element can be used by a threat actor to discover a possible opening into a target network and can also be used by an analyst to determine the protocol of the malicious traffic?
C. SMTP replies
D. IP addresses
Q22. Which identifies both the source and destination location?
A. IP address
D. MAC address
Q23. Which process is being utilized when IPS events are removed to improve data integrity?
A. data normalization
B. data availability
C. data protection
D. data signature
Q24. In VERIS, an incident is viewed as a series of events that adversely affects the information assets of an organization. Which option contains the elements that every event is comprised of according to VERIS incident model'?
A. victim demographics, incident description, incident details, discovery & response
B. victim demographics, incident details, indicators of compromise, impact assessment
C. actors, attributes, impact, remediation
D. actors, actions, assets, attributes
Q25. Which statement about threat actors is true?
A. They are any company assets that are threatened.
B. They are any assets that are threatened.
C. They are perpetrators of attacks.
D. They are victims of attacks.
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Q26. Which option is a misuse variety per VERIS enumerations?
Q27. Which feature is used to find possible vulnerable services running on a server?
A. CPU utilization
B. security policy
C. temporary internet files
D. listening ports
Q28. Which stakeholder group is responsible for containment, eradication, and recovery in incident handling?
C. leaders and managers
D. decision makers
Q29. Which regular expression matches "color" and "colour"?
Q30. Which element is included in an incident response plan?
A. organization mission
B. junior analyst approval
C. day-to-day firefighting
D. siloed approach to communications