System Hardening and Zero Trust Architectures Quiz

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What is Single Sign-On (SSO)?

An authentication process allowing users to access multiple systems with one set of credentials

What is the purpose of Data Loss Prevention (DLP) products?

To automate the discovery and classification of data types

What is Personally Identifiable Information (PII)?

Data that can be used to identify an individual directly or indirectly

What does Protected Health Information (PHI) include?

Information about past, present, or future health and related payments

What is Personal Identifiable Financial Information (PIFI)?

Information about a consumer provided to a financial institution

What is the main goal of system hardening?

Reduce the attack surface

In a Zero Trust architecture, what is the approach to network access?

Access is continuously verified and authorized

What distinguishes a private cloud from a public cloud?

Private cloud requires more upfront capital than public cloud

Which deployment model is designed for public access and for users without the budget or resources to build their own cloud?

Public cloud

How does Zero Trust differ from traditional security models?

Zero Trust grants access to all users on a trusted network

Test your knowledge on system hardening and zero trust architectures, which are essential practices to enhance the security of operating systems, applications, devices, and services. Learn about reducing attack surfaces, enabling/disabling specific features, restricting access to sensitive areas, and the principles of Zero Trust architectures.

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