Learn about the objectives of the Asset Security domain of the CISSP exam.
- The second domain of the CISSP exam,…asset security, makes up 10%…of the questions on the CISSP exam.…It has six objectives.…The first objective in this domain…is that you be able to classify information…and supporting assets.…You'll learn about the role that the sensitivity…and criticality of an asset should play…in your classification decisions.…The second objective requires that you know how to…determine and maintain asset ownership.…You'll learn about the various roles that data owners,…system owners, and business or mission owners…play in the asset security process.…
In the third objective, you'll learn how to protect privacy.…This includes identifying the roles of data owners,…data stewards, and data processors.…You'll learn about the importance of limiting…the collection of information to reduce risk.…You'll also learn how to handle data remanence issues.…The fourth objective of the asset security domain…covers data retention.…You'll learn how to design and implement…appropriate retention policies…that cover media, hardware, and personnel.…
- Who should take the CISSP exam
- Benefits of certification
- Study resources
- CISSP domains
- Question types
- Exam tips
- Practicing for the test
Skill Level Advanced
Insights from a Cybersecurity Professionalwith Mike Chapple32m 15s Appropriate for all
IT Security Careers and Certifications: First Stepswith Marc Menninger2h 6m Appropriate for all
IT Security Foundations: Core Conceptswith Lisa Bock1h 13m Beginner
1. The CISSP Exam
2. Exploring the CISSP Domains
3. Inside the CISSP Exam
4. Prepraing for the Exam
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