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VMware Exam 5V0-93.22 Topic 1 Question 19 Discussion

Actual exam question for VMware's 5V0-93.22 exam
Question #: 19
Topic #: 1
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An administrator wants to block ransomware in the organization based on leadership's growing concern about ransomware attacks in their industry.

What is the most effective way to meet this goal?

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Suggested Answer: B

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Felix
2 days ago
I think option D is the safest approach to ensure no attacks are happening.
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Dorathy
3 days ago
But option B only focuses on behavior, not vulnerabilities.
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Vivan
7 days ago
I disagree, I believe option B is more effective.
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Dorathy
9 days ago
I think option A is the best choice.
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Winfred
9 days ago
Option D sounds a bit risky to me. 'Start in the monitored policy'? That means you're just watching and waiting for attacks to happen. I'd rather be proactive with B and block that ransomware before it even tries to get in.
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Rebbecca
11 days ago
Haha, C is funny. 'Analytics will automatically block the attacks' - yeah, right, if only it were that simple! I think B is the way to go, get that ransomware-like behavior rule enabled ASAP.
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Vince
12 days ago
I'm not sure I agree with B. Doesn't that just look for behavior that resembles ransomware? Wouldn't it be better to actually identify vulnerable software and patch it (A) to prevent the attacks in the first place?
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Celeste
14 days ago
Option B seems like the most direct way to address the ransomware concern. Turning on the ransomware-like behavior rule will actively block the attacks, which is what the organization needs.
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Alesia
3 days ago
User 1: I agree, option B seems like the most proactive approach to blocking ransomware.
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