Security Compliance Quiz
To demonstrate fundamental understanding of security compliance regulations.
After completing this exercise, you should be able to:
- Distinguish various industry and government security compliance regulations.
- Discuss the role that the Incident Handler plays in supporting compliance with a security standard or standards.
Match each regulation with the correct requirements.
|1.||HIPPA||A||Mandates that financial institutions maintain safeguards to protect customer information.|
|2.||Sarbanes-Oxley||B||Outlines security requirements for all companies which transmit credit card data.|
|3.||GLBA||C||Safeguards the confidentiality of health records during storage and transmission of those records.|
|4.||PCI DSS||D||A recommended set of standards put for by the U.S government.|
|5.||ISO 27001||E||Students and parents must be notified before directory information is disclosed or published.|
|6.||NIST||F||Regulates firms providing IT products and services to the U.S. government.|
|7.||FERPA||G||Specifies a standard for information security management|
|H||Electronic communication must be backed up and secured.|
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