Free Network+ practice test question 2 for exam N10-006
These questions are meant to give you an idea of the difficulty of quizzing and question types you should expect on the actual Network+ exam. This should offer a sense of the level of detail the exam questions goes into. However, because these are simple web pages you will not see the interactive and performance based questions, nor the exam simulations – those are available in the CertBlaster software.
Sample question 2
Which of the following would be a recommended best practice for securing an ICS network? Select all the correct answers.
- connect your ICS network to the corporate network for monitoring purposes
- inventory all connections to the ICS/SCADA network
- segment the ICS network from the corporate network with a VLAN
- disconnect servers from the network
- allow users to only log on from within the local network
- deploy a DMZ with firewalls
- allow users to log on remotely for immediate availability
The correct answer(s) are listed at the very bottom of the page to give you a chance to think about it first.
Explanation: Best practices for keeping an Industrial Control Systems (ICS) network secure include having all connections to the ICS inventoried and disconnect any unnecessary connections, segment the ICS network from the corporate network with a VLAN, deploy a DMZ with firewalls between the DMZ and the ICS network and only allow users to log on from within the local network.
Exam objective: Domain 2.0 – Network Operations.
Sub-Objective: 2.4 Explain the importance of implementing network segmentation. The CompTIA Exam objectives are here.
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Sample question 2. The correct answers are:
2, 3, 5, and 6 (see explanation above)