CISSP Question of the Day – 6-24-2016

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Today’s CISSP question topic: Security Standardization

DDL, the Data Definition Language, is a standard for commands used to create the different structures in a database. The commands are used to create, modify or delete objects in a database. It is also used to create the logical structure of the database, including the definitions of all the objects and attributes in the database and their relationships to each other. What is the term used to describe this logical database structure?

  1. DCL
  2. Schema
  3. Normalization
  4. Polyinstantiation
  5. Cardinality
  6. Relational
  7. SQL (Structured Query Language)
  8. DML
  9. AJAX

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