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Question of the day - 11 April

CISM Candidates - test your knowledge and exam preparedness with this practice question.

Risk assessments should be repeated at regular intervals because:

A. business threats are constantly changing.

B. omissions in earlier assessments can be addressed.

C. repetitive assessments allow various methodologies.

D. they help raise awareness on security in the business.

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RE: Question of the day - 11 April

Definitely A - the nature and the relevance of the threats changes and varies in time. The rest answers are either not relevant or not necessarily true.
VENCISLAV DIMKINEnergizer at 4/11/2017 8:34:30 AM Quote
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RE: Question of the day - 11 April

The changing threat landscape mandates regular re-assessments. I agree with answer A.
Bart205Social at 4/11/2017 10:15:14 AM Quote
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RE: Question of the day - 11 April

Answer A sounds correct
Omar795Influential at 4/11/2017 10:57:40 AM Quote
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RE: Question of the day - 11 April

Going with A. business threats are constantly changing.
RAMADJI757Social at 4/11/2017 3:25:07 PM Quote
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RE: Question of the day - 11 April

A. business threats are constantly changing
Ericka571Lively at 4/11/2017 5:37:59 PM Quote
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RE: Question of the day - 11 April

My answer is A 
Sathishkumar745Social at 4/12/2017 12:35:56 AM Quote
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RE: Question of the day - 11 April

Thank you to everyone who shared answers and thoughts and the consensus was A. That is correct and the official explanation is . . .

As business objectives and methods change, the nature and relevance of threats change as well. Omissions in earlier assessments do not, by themselves, justify regular reassessment. Use of various methodologies is not a business reason for repeating risk assessments at regular intervals. Risk assessments may help raise business awareness, but there are better ways of raising security awareness than by performing a risk assessment.

Peter O'TooleInfluential at 4/13/2017 4:11:53 AM Quote
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RE: Question of the day - 11 April

Thank you to everyone who shared answers and thoughts and the consensus was A. That is correct and the official explanation is . . .

As business objectives and methods change, the nature and relevance of threats change as well. Omissions in earlier assessments do not, by themselves, justify regular reassessment. Use of various methodologies is not a business reason for repeating risk assessments at regular intervals. Risk assessments may help raise business awareness, but there are better ways of raising security awareness than by performing a risk assessment.

Peter O'TooleInfluential at 4/13/2017 4:11:53 AM Quote
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RE: Question of the day - 11 April

My answer is A 
Sathishkumar745Social at 4/12/2017 12:35:56 AM Quote
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RE: Question of the day - 11 April

A. business threats are constantly changing
Ericka571Lively at 4/11/2017 5:37:59 PM Quote
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RE: Question of the day - 11 April

Going with A. business threats are constantly changing.
RAMADJI757Social at 4/11/2017 3:25:07 PM Quote
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RE: Question of the day - 11 April

Answer A sounds correct
Omar795Influential at 4/11/2017 10:57:40 AM Quote
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RE: Question of the day - 11 April

The changing threat landscape mandates regular re-assessments. I agree with answer A.
Bart205Social at 4/11/2017 10:15:14 AM Quote
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RE: Question of the day - 11 April

Definitely A - the nature and the relevance of the threats changes and varies in time. The rest answers are either not relevant or not necessarily true.
VENCISLAV DIMKINEnergizer at 4/11/2017 8:34:30 AM Quote
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RE: Question of the day - 11 April

Definitely A - the nature and the relevance of the threats changes and varies in time. The rest answers are either not relevant or not necessarily true.
VENCISLAV DIMKINEnergizer at 4/11/2017 8:34:30 AM Quote
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RE: Question of the day - 11 April

The changing threat landscape mandates regular re-assessments. I agree with answer A.
Bart205Social at 4/11/2017 10:15:14 AM Quote
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RE: Question of the day - 11 April

Answer A sounds correct
Omar795Influential at 4/11/2017 10:57:40 AM Quote
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RE: Question of the day - 11 April

Going with A. business threats are constantly changing.
RAMADJI757Social at 4/11/2017 3:25:07 PM Quote
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RE: Question of the day - 11 April

A. business threats are constantly changing
Ericka571Lively at 4/11/2017 5:37:59 PM Quote
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RE: Question of the day - 11 April

My answer is A 
Sathishkumar745Social at 4/12/2017 12:35:56 AM Quote
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RE: Question of the day - 11 April

Thank you to everyone who shared answers and thoughts and the consensus was A. That is correct and the official explanation is . . .

As business objectives and methods change, the nature and relevance of threats change as well. Omissions in earlier assessments do not, by themselves, justify regular reassessment. Use of various methodologies is not a business reason for repeating risk assessments at regular intervals. Risk assessments may help raise business awareness, but there are better ways of raising security awareness than by performing a risk assessment.

Peter O'TooleInfluential at 4/13/2017 4:11:53 AM Quote
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