CISSP Practice question #60

If we plan to use what we find in our digital forensics in a court of law, what should the evidence not be?
A: Accurate.
B: Authentic.
C: Admissible.
D: Altered.

CBK 7: Security Operations
Source: ThorTeaches.com practice tests

Answer


D: The evidence we collect must be accurate, complete, authentic, convincing, admissible.

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29 Comments

  1. Here’s the classic mistake one could make. I easily answered C – admissible. And then saw everyone is answering D. Only then I went on to find there is a ‘NOT’ on this question.

    Need more focus on reading, my lesson learnt, from this ‘easy’ question.

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