CompTIA Exam Question 46

Question 46

Which of the following is the BEST approach to perform risk mitigation of user access control rights?

A. Conduct surveys and rank the results.
B. Perform routine user permission reviews.
C. Implement periodic vulnerability scanning.
D. Disable user accounts that have not been used within the last two weeks.

Answer : B

CompTIA IT Fundamentals : Newest IT Certification for Non-IT Professionals

CompTIA has recently launched a new certification. If you work in IT, probably not for you. This certificate is not to their non-IT colleagues and friends that you have the computer each time you call contracts virus if your operating system is started, the above so we know all these people. We all know someone who has zero this basic computer knowledge seems, is not it?

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No shame as one of those people if you do not work in the IT industry. But like almost every task these days are at least basic computer skills CompTIA has a formal credentials to develop these basic fundamentals of IT skills.Meet confirm the latest CompTIA certification credentials training. This credential replaced Strata IT basic certification, which expires in the summer of 2015.

CompTIA IT Fundamentals non-professional IT heads that can not escape the need for basic skills. Needless to say, as most industries such as marketing, sales, customer service, management and others are usually, CRM, software and other tools leave these professionals skills-based computing need.

For marketers, communications and other industries by the downturn in the labor competition is concerned particularly difficult with such credentials may be the only outlet in your resume that distinguish it from other applicants. CompTIA specifically mentioned the following professions:

 Sales associates
 Sales engineers
 Account managers
 Business development managers
 Product and marketing specialists
 Customer support personnel

IT Fundamentals is as basic as it gets for an IT certification. It is a step below the entry level CompTIA A+credential which was developed for entry level IT professionals, mainly service desk staff. CompTIA IT Fundamentals covers the following aspects:

 Identifying and explaining computer components.
 Setting up a workstation, including conducting software installations.
 Establishing network connectivity.
 Identifying compatibility issues and identifying and preventing security risks.
 Managing the safety and preventative maintenance of computers.

CompTIA IT Fundamentals credential does not have any prerequisites, although candidates should allow sufficient time for learning all information and topics outlined in exam blueprint. The exam itself (already available worldwide), FC0-U51, lasts 1 hour and consists of 75 multiple choice questions.

CompTIA Exam Question 45

Question 45

If Organization A trusts Organization B and Organization B trusts Organization C, then Organization A trusts Organization C. Which of the following PKI concepts is this describing?

A. Transitive trust
B. Public key trust
C. Certificate authority trust
D. Domain level trust

Answer : A

CompTIA Reports The Top Five US Cities For IT Jobs

The new report Technology Information Industry Association, Cyber 2015 examined the final analysis of the state-by-state sector US technology, employment, wages, and other important economic factors in each of the 50 US states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Taken together, the data provides encouraging information about the growth potential of the technology industry and its positive impact on the world economy.

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Here are 10 key take-aways for IT pros.

1. The tech industry is a pretty good place to be right now. The U.S. tech industry added almost 130,000 jobs, for a total of 6.5 million, in 2014. This represented the fourth year in a row of growth following the great recession. Tech industry jobs account for 5.7% of the entire private sector workforce.
2. The tech industry is growing at the same rate as the overall private sector, 2%. With that said, eight states had tech wages that were, on average, more than twice that of the overall private sector wage: California, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Virginia, North Carolina, Arizona and New Mexico. (Note that California was also among the top five states in terms of tech employment and tech employment growth, while Virginia, Arizona and New Mexico were among the bottom five states in terms of tech employment growth).
3. Want to move to a state where you’ll have the best chance of getting a job or moving up in the tech industry? The top five states by tech industry employment were:

California
Texas
New York
Florida
Massachusetts

4. With that said, you may not have to move at all: 38 states added tech jobs in 2014.
5. Four of the states taht were tops in tech industry employment were also tops in terms of tech employment growth: California, Texas, Florida and Massachusetts. Michigan rounded out the top five in this area.

6. The bottom five states in terms of tech employment growth were:

New Mexico
New Jersey
Arizona
Maryland
Virginia

7. If you’re a tech industry professional, you might feel most at home in Massachusetts, Virginia, Colorado, Maryland and Washington. Those were the states with the largest concentration of tech industry workers, on a per capita basis.
8. You’re in the money, relatively speaking: Tech industry workers earned, on average, 102% more than the average private sector worker ($100,400 versus $49,600).

9.A sweaty Steve Ballmer once applauds / chanting / shouted developers, developers, developers. It was true, and that’s much more now: Developers are the lifeblood of the industry, and as such are in high demand. Nationally, when it comes to the main categories of professional work, computer systems come from a software developer in the lead, followed by specialist computer user support, analysts, software developers, systems and network administrators and computer systems.

10.Let’s pat ourselves on wood, when we say that this (the Great Recession is still fresh in our minds and all), but it seems that workers in the technology industry can rest relatively simple when it comes to job security: report found teaching positions are in high demand, with prices below the average of unemployment.

CompTIA Exam Question 44

Question 44

Which of the following defines a business goal for system restoration and acceptable data loss?

A. MTTR
B. MTBF
C. RPO
D. Warm site

Answer : C