Exam Code: Servicenow-CIS-VR Practice exam 2023 by Killexams.com team
Servicenow-CIS-VR Certified Implementation Specialist - Vulnerability Response

The ServiceNow Certified Implementation Specialist - Vulnerability Response Exam Specification defines the purpose, audience, testing options, exam content coverage, test framework, and prerequisites to become Certified Implementation Specialist - Vulnerability Response certified.
Exam Purpose
The Certified Implementation Specialist - Vulnerability Response exam certifies that a successful candidate has the skills and essential knowledge to contribute to the configuration, implementation, and maintenance of a ServiceNow Vulnerability Response Implementation.

Exam content is divided into Learning Domains that correspond to key courses and activities typically encountered during ServiceNow implementations. In each Learning Domain, specific learning objectives have been identified and are tested in the exam.
The following table shows the learning domains, weightings, and sub-skills measured by this exam and the percentage of questions represented in each domain. The listed subskills should NOT be considered an all-inclusive list of exam content.

1 Vulnerability Response Applications and Modules
• About ServiceNow Security Operations
• Introducing Vulnerability Response
• Vulnerability Response with the ServiceNow
2 Getting Data Into Vulnerability Response
• Definition of Vulnerabilities and Vulnerable Items
• Integrating with Vulnerability Scanners and Other
Data Sources
• Scanner Integration and CMDB Reconciliation
3 Tools to Manage Vulnerability Response
• Group Vulnerabilities for Easier Management
• Tasking for Vulnerability Remediation
• Exploit Enrichment
4 Automating Vulnerability Response
• Handling Vulnerability Exceptions
• Using Workflows for Process Automation
5 Vulnerability Response Data Visualization
• Data Visualization Overview: Dashboards and Reporting
• Performance Analytics
Total 100%

Exam Structure
The exam consists of (60) questions. For each question on the examination, there are multiple possible responses. The person taking the exam reviews the response options and selects the most correct answer to the question.
Multiple Choice (single answer)
For each multiple-choice question on the exam, there are four possible responses. The candidate taking the exam reviews the response options and selects the one response most accurately answers the question.
Multiple Select (select all that apply)
For each multiple-select question on the exam, there are at least four possible responses. The question will state how many responses should be selected. The candidate taking the exam reviews the response options and selects ALL responses that accurately answer the question. Multiple-select questions have two or more correct responses.
Exam Results
After completing and submitting the exam, a pass or fail result is immediately calculated and displayed to the candidate. More detailed results are not provided to the candidate.
Exam Retakes
If a candidate fails to pass an exam, they may register to take the exam again up to three more times for a cost of $150.

Certified Implementation Specialist - Vulnerability Response
ServiceNow Implementation action
Killexams : ServiceNow Implementation action - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/Servicenow-CIS-VR Search results Killexams : ServiceNow Implementation action - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/Servicenow-CIS-VR https://killexams.com/exam_list/ServiceNow Killexams : ServiceNow CEO Sells Shares, Is It Time To Worry? No result found, try new keyword!The Technical Outlook: ServiceNow Bottomed, Now What? The price action in ServiceNow bottomed in late 2022 and may continue higher. The near-term downdraft sparked by Q4 results and amplified by ... Tue, 07 Feb 2023 00:49:00 -0600 text/html https://www.nasdaq.com/articles/servicenow-ceo-sells-shares-is-it-time-to-worry Killexams : Is This the Best Time to Add ServiceNow (NOW) to Your Portfolio?

Polen Capital, an investment management company, released its “Polen Global Growth Strategy” fourth-quarter 2022 investor letter. A copy of the same can be downloaded here. The fund returned 6.37% net in the fourth quarter compared to a return of 9.76% for the MSCI ACW Index. In addition, please check the fund’s top five holdings to know its best picks in 2022.

Polen Global Growth Strategy highlighted stocks like ServiceNow, Inc. (NYSE:NOW) in the Q4 2022 investor letter. Headquartered in Santa Clara, California, ServiceNow, Inc. (NYSE:NOW) is a cloud computing solutions provider. On February 8, 2023, ServiceNow, Inc. (NYSE:NOW) stock closed at $463.98 per share. One-month return of ServiceNow, Inc. (NYSE:NOW) was 12.27%, and its shares lost 24.00% of their value over the last 52 weeks. ServiceNow, Inc. (NYSE:NOW) has a market capitalization of $94.188 billion.

Polen Global Growth Strategy made the following comment about ServiceNow, Inc. (NYSE:NOW) in its Q4 2022 investor letter:

ServiceNow, Inc. (NYSE:NOW) is an $80 billion market cap business based in California. Its purpose is to make the world of work, work better for people. Getting a job done in an enterprise (what the company refers to as “workflow”) usually requires different people in various functions of an organization to work together. Often, they rely on different technology systems and inefficient manual processes to complete each step of the job before moving on to the next.

ServiceNow believes the most effective digital transformation initiative utilizes tools that can integrate workflows across siloed systems, departments, processes, and people. The company is solving what is arguably the biggest pain point in the biggest profit pool in the world (enterprises). Consider the explosion in data growth and all the software point solutions emerging constantly. ServiceNow wrangles all this into a fully integrated dashboard on a global scale with global customers in every industry. Nearly 100% of revenues are subscription based with a 99% renewal rate, and the company currently has no direct competition, according to our research. ServiceNow started with IT workflow, and today, ~40% of net new annual contract value is in non-IT workflows. Through constant innovation, the business has continued to expand its total addressable market, and we think it can grow free cash flow (FCF) at a 20%+ annualized rate for the next three to five years. At less than 30x FCF, we thought the valuation was attractive.”

ServiceNow, Inc. (NYSE:NOW) is on 16th position our list of 30 Most Popular Stocks Among Hedge Funds. As per our database, 103 hedge fund portfolios held ServiceNow, Inc. (NYSE:NOW) at the end of the third quarter, which was 99 in the previous quarter.

We discussed ServiceNow, Inc. (NYSE:NOW) in another article and shared the list of “dumbest” companies to invest in. In addition, please check out our hedge fund investor letters Q4 2022 page for more investor letters from hedge funds and other leading investors.

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Killexams : Waylay Joins ServiceNow Partner Program

Waylay, a provider of digital transformation and hyperautomation solutions, has joined the ServiceNow Partner Program to help businesses automate and boost their field service operations.

Waylay will be empowering service organizations using ServiceNow for asset management with its Digital Twin platform to resolve connected asset issues, Boost asset performance visibility, and evolve from reactive to proactive service delivery.

"Waylay's Digital Twin technology perfectly complements ServiceNow, by adding a new offering a unique and innovative approach to streamlining processes, which results in unlocking material new levels of efficiency," said Tom Van Leeuwen, vice president of product management at Waylay, in a statement. "With its real-time data insights and automated decision-making capabilities, Waylay empowers ServiceNow users to drive digital transformation and stay ahead of the curve."

"At Waylay, we are honored to partner with ServiceNow and we will now bring everyone to the next level of automation in field operations heralding unprecedented new value to businesses seeking to revolutionize their operations," said Waylay CEO Leonard Donnelly, in a statement. "Our Digital Twin solution represents the future of work and lightning-fast remediation, which will now enable teams to automate and optimize their processes like never before."

"ServiceNow is the gold standard for enterprise service management, and we are honored to bring our Digital Twin platform to their end users,"; said Veselin Pizurica, Waylay's chief operating officer and co-founder, in a statement. "I am confident that our solution will deliver tremendous value to organizations looking to drive digital transformation and Boost their operations. With DT's real-time data insights and powerful automation capabilities, Waylay is the ideal partner for ServiceNow customers who are seeking to stay ahead in an ever-changing digital landscape."

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Killexams : 3 questions for new ServiceNow president Chirantan "CJ" Desai No result found, try new keyword!Last week, ServiceNow Inc. made a bold pledge: Unlike many of its Silicon Valley peers, it would not lay off staff this year. The promise came as the company reported its quarterly results. Sun, 05 Feb 2023 19:23:00 -0600 text/html https://www.bizjournals.com/sanjose/news/2023/02/03/servicenow-president-chirantan-desai.html Killexams : ServiceNow CEO’s $25 million stock sale called ‘opportunistic’ as shares slide

Shares of ServiceNow Inc. declined in Monday trading after the company’s chief executive disclosed the sale of a sizable chunk of stock.

CEO Bill McDermott cashed out of almost 54,000 shares, worth nearly $25 million at the time of his Feb. 1 transactions, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission that came out after Friday’s closing bell. He had 1,933 shares of unrestricted, non-option holdings remaining after the transactions, per the filing.

ServiceNow’s stock NOW, -3.24% fell 3.6% in Monday trading.

Macquarie analyst Sarah Hindlian-Bowler said in a note to clients that she saw “no read-through to the business.” She relayed information from a weekend discussion with ServiceNow in which she said the company indicated that McDermott sold stock to make a personal investment in property that had recently become available.

A ServiceNow spokesperson confirmed to MarketWatch that McDermott sold stock to make a property purchase.

“It could not be clearer how bullish he is on ServiceNow and its future,” the spokesperson said. “ServiceNow stock is the majority of Bill’s compensation, and this is his first stock sale in more than two years. Bill retains a large equity stake in the company; in fact, as his equity awards continue to vest over the next 12 months, he will more than replenish the amount he just sold.”

But for Ben Silverman, the director of research at VerityData, McDermott’s sales seem “opportunistic” given that he declined to sell stock over the prior two years.

“It felt like he was picking a spot here to try to capture a high price with the sale,” he told MarketWatch, as ServiceNow’s stock is “in recovery mode” from its fourth-quarter lows. Shares have gained 17.1% so far this year, after diving 40.2% in 2022.

Silverman, who tracks buyback patterns and insider activity, doesn’t think a real-estate investment is a “good excuse” for a stock sale that made up such a large portion of McDermott’s unrestricted, non-option holdings.

“In fact, that makes it worse,” he told MarketWatch. Real estate is an investment, but so is ownership of ServiceNow shares. “What you’re saying is that he thinks a real-estate investment is a better investment than ServiceNow stock.”

McDermott, who led SAP SE SAP, -1.37% before coming to ServiceNow, received a 2021 pay package worth almost $166 million, noted Silverman, and about $162 million of that was in options or restricted stock.

But the 555,000 long-term options that McDermott has are currently worthless, he noted, since they’re struck at $679.76 over the next few years, whereas ServiceNow’s stock recently changed hands near $460.

“This is no fault of his,” Silverman said, but the options are priced high relative to the stock’s current price. They’re stuck just shy of the stock’s all-time closing high of $701.73 that was seen in November 2021.

Looking at options “doesn’t accurately represent his current equity exposure” in Silverman’s view, since ServiceNow’s share price would need to “move significantly above” $679.76 for the options “to have any real value for him.” Meanwhile, unvested restricted shares are “not his yet.”

Chief Commercial Officer Paul Smith sold all of his unrestricted non-option holdings for about $1 million in January, Silverman noted, and Chief People Officer Jacqueline Canney sold about 80% of hers, worth roughly $500,000, at around the same time.

“This is a company where the prevailing attitude toward stock-based compensation is to generate liquidity and not increase equity exposure for the long term,” Silverman said.

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Killexams : 3 Top Tech Stocks to Buy During a Recession

Fears of a recession and other macro headwinds often drive investors to dump their tech stocks and invest in more defensive sectors. However, many tech companies are actually well-equipped to handle deep economic downturns.

Today I'll take a closer look at three tech companies that should remain promising investments during a recession: the cloud-based services provider ServiceNow (NOW -3.24%), the diversified chipmaker Broadcom (AVGO -0.82%), and the Dutch semiconductor equipment maker ASML (ASML -0.66%).

A sign warning of a recession.

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1. ServiceNow

ServiceNow's cloud-based tools help companies streamline their work patterns into digital workflows. That digitization process makes it easier for companies to expand, reduce their costs, and support remote workers. It's naturally insulated from recessions since economic downturns usually highlight the growing need for its digital transformation services.

ServiceNow's annual revenue grew at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 30% between 2017 and 2022, and it expects that momentum to continue with a CAGR of at least 21% from 2022 to 2026. Unlike many other high-growth cloud software companies, ServiceNow is firmly profitable on a generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) basis.

ServiceNow's stock isn't cheap at 53 times forward earnings, and its near-term growth might be crimped by macro and currency challenges. But its early-mover's advantage in digital workflow tools, the stickiness of its subscriptions, and its stable gross margins all suggest it deserves to trade at a premium to slower-growth cloud plays like Salesforce.

2. Broadcom

Broadcom develops a wide range of chips for the data center, networking, broadband, wireless, storage, and industrial markets. It also operates a smaller infrastructure software business, which could grow a lot larger if its proposed takeover of the cloud giant VMware is finally approved.

Broadcom's top client is Apple, which accounted for a fifth of its revenue last year. But it also has limited exposure to the post-pandemic slowdown of the PC market, and it's benefited from the accelerating pace of infrastructure upgrades over the past year.

That diversification makes Broadcom a more balanced semiconductor play than many of its chipmaking peers. Its annual revenue rose at a CAGR of 13% from 2017 to 2022, and analysts expect a stable CAGR of 5% from 2022 to 2025, even as the broader chip market experiences a cyclical slowdown. That outlook doesn't account for its takeover of VMware, which would significantly boost its revenue and reduce its dependence on Apple.

Broadcom is firmly profitable, its stock trades at just 14 times forward earnings, and it pays a hefty forward yield of 3.1%. Those fundamental strengths should make it a sound stock to hold during a recession.


Fabless chipmakers like Broadcom, Qualcomm, Nvidia, and AMD all outsource the production of their chips to third-party foundries like Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing and Samsung. However, TSMC and Samsung can't actually manufacture their most advanced chips without ASML's lithography systems, which are used to etch circuit patterns onto silicon wafers.

ASML is the world's largest producer of lithography systems, and it's the only producer of extreme ultraviolet (EUV) systems, which are used to manufacture the world's smallest and densest chips. ASML's monopolization of these systems, which cost $200 million each and require multiple planes to ship, makes it a linchpin of the semiconductor market.

Between 2017 and 2022 ASML's annual revenue grew at a CAGR of 19% as its gross margin expanded from 45% to 50.5%. It expects its top line to continue growing at a CAGR of about 12% from 2022 to 2030 (at the midpoint of its long-term estimates) as its gross margin expands to 56%-60% by the final year.

ASML's stock might seem a bit pricey at 32 times forward earnings, but it will likely remain one of the most important -- and recession-resistant -- technology companies for the foreseeable future. 

Leo Sun has positions in ASML, Apple, Qualcomm, and Salesforce. The Motley Fool has positions in and recommends ASML, Advanced Micro Devices, Apple, Nvidia, Qualcomm, Salesforce, ServiceNow, and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing. The Motley Fool recommends Broadcom and VMware and recommends the following options: long March 2023 $120 calls on Apple and short March 2023 $130 calls on Apple. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.

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Killexams : AC3 onboarded as NZ ServiceNow partner
Simon Xistouris (AC3)

Simon Xistouris (AC3)

Credit: AC3

Hybrid cloud specialist AC3 has been onboarded as a ServiceNow partner in New Zealand as it looks to replicate its Australian practice across the ditch.

AC3’s current activity in New Zealand supports customers including Radium and Laybuy out of its Auckland office.

Simon Xistouris, AC3 CEO outlined how AC3 aims to ‘deliver value’ to the local market through its position as both a partner and user of ServiceNow.

“ServiceNow is a key partner of ours, and New Zealand is a key territory. We have been building our local team and capabilities over the last two years and are excited to add ServiceNow to our offering.

“One of the key benefits we can bring to the market is that we are both a partner and an advanced user of ServiceNow. This means we have been on both sides of the fence as a customer and service provider of the tool, which puts us in a unique position to truly understand the positive impact ServiceNow can have on business operations and how to maximise its potential.”