CISSP Practice question #120

Which project management methodology is better geared towards year long project with very clear software requirements that should not change?
A: Waterfall.
B: Agile.
C: XP.
D: Rapid prototyping.

CBK 8: Software Development Security
Source: ThorTeaches.com practice tests

Answer


A: Waterfall methodology is well suited for long, very clearly defined projects.

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    1. I’m just the opposite of you, Leigh Musicof. I am an experienced BA that has tons of governance experience writing security plans and doing RAs. Although I know high level infrastructure concepts, the network layers and encryption are killing me. If you and I could do a Vulcan mind-meld we would be good to go.

  1. A – Waterfall methodology is a sequential design process. This means that as each of the eight stages (conception, initiation, analysis, design, construction, testing, implementation, and maintenance) are completed, the developers move on to the next step.

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