An attacker infiltrated an electricity-generation site and disabled the safety instrumented system. Ransomware was also deployed on the engineering workstation. The environment has back-to-back firewalls separating the corporate and OT systems. Which of the following is the MOST likely security consequence of this attack?
A company Invested a total of $10 million lor a new storage solution Installed across live on-site datacenters. Fitly percent of the cost of this Investment was for solid-state storage. Due to the high rate of wear on this storage, the company Is estimating that 5% will need to be replaced per year. Which of the following is the ALE due to storage replacement?
An organization is assessing the security posture of a new SaaS CRM system that handles sensitive Pll and identity information, such as passport numbers. The SaaS CRM system does not meet the organization's current security standards. The assessment identifies the following:
1- There will be a $20,000 per day revenue loss for each day the system is delayed going into production.
2- The inherent risk is high.
3- The residual risk is low.
4- There will be a staged deployment to the solution rollout to the contact center.
Which of the following risk-handling techniques will BEST meet the organization's requirements?
An attacker infiltrated the code base of a hardware manufacturer and inserted malware before the code was compiled. The malicious code is now running at the hardware level across a number of industries and sectors. Which of the following categories BEST describes this type of vendor risk?
A company's finance department acquired a new payment system that exports data to an unencrypted file on the system. The company implemented controls on the file so only appropriate personnel are allowed access. Which of the following risk techniques did the department use in this situation?