harris 160217 8 chapter 10 legal regulations

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Unformatted text preview: n or comments about the exam to other CISSP candidates B. Submitting comments on the questions of the exam to (ISC)2 C. Submitting comments to the board of directors regarding the test and content of the class D. Conducting a presentation about the CISSP certification and what the certification means 6. If your company gives you a new PC and you find residual information about confidential company issues, what should you do based on the (ISC)2 Code of Ethics? A. Contact the owner of the file and inform him about it. Copy it to a disk, give it to him, and delete your copy. B. Delete the document because it was not meant for you. C. Inform management of your findings so it can make sure this type of thing does not happen again. D. E-mail it to both the author and management so everyone is aware of what is going on. 7. Why is it difficult to investigate computer crime and track down the criminal? A. Privacy laws are written to protect people from being investigated for these types of crimes. B. Special equipment and tools are necessary to detect these types of criminals. C. Criminals can hide their identity and hop from one network to the next. D. The police have no jurisdiction over the Internet. ch10.indd 914 12/4/2009 11:39:15 AM All-in-1 / CISSP All-in-One Exam Guide, 5th Ed. / Harris / 160217-8 Chapter 10: Legal, Regulations, Compliance, and Investigations 915 8. Protecting evidence and providing accountability for who handled it at different steps during the investigation is referred to as what? A. The rule of best evidence B. Hearsay C. Evidence safety D. Chain of custody 9. If an investigator needs to communicate with another investigator but does not want the criminal to be able to eavesdrop on this conversation, what type of communication should be used? A. Digitally signed messages B. Out-of-band messages C. Forensics frequency D. Authentication and access control 10. Why is it challenging to collect and identify computer evidence to be used in a court of law? A. The evidence is mostly int...
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