CISSP type of interview

I'm having a security interview coming up and although I'm pretty confident on an interview and security in general.  I wanted to verify if there's anything out there that I can use as a pre-IT security interview...such as what type of questions I may encounter on the interview?

I've been in my company for about 5 years now and have not gone on an interview in this time.
Jay SmithAsked:
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btanExec ConsultantCommented:
doubt there is any and I preached not to go into memorise manner as it tends to backfires. You are not answering them truthfully with your real life experience an exposure :) but if I am the interviewer, I probably like to find out more about you in the following;

- Why the passion and liking into this cyber security domain? Any difference for ppl who see (or treat) it as ICT security?
- What are the common "low hanging" and the "hard core" cyber threats faced in the industry?
- What is your risk assessment of those impact and exposure of recent cyber breach happened?
- How will (and what are) your experience contribute to the organisation tapping your security experiences?
- How will you assess the key priorities in cyber security defences and advise your users/customers in preventing, detecting and response the next cyber breach?
- Any quick kill strategy to recommend or cyber "silver bullet" possible to guarantee 100% security and get stakeholders (CFO/Board of Sr Mgmt) to buy into your recommendations?
- How will you heighten your users in cyber security awareness? Are they your last line of defences?
- What are some security material, standards or books that you read and will recommend to your CISO and CIO?
- What security training workshops or community or event networking have you joined or participate (or presented)? How do you find them and will recommend to beef up awareness, credentials and competencies?
- Do you see yourself as a security evangelist or practitioner or guru?
- ....
- (Hopefully we can reach the conversation to ...) Anything you like to ask or find out from us ?
They are not limited to these but key is to put in context to your experience and job fit into this opportunity. Just my few cents worth ...

PS - I did not cover those technical qns as I believe you will state them in your resume already but be ready to share on the upcoming technology use case like cloud, mobile and IoT (internet of things - smart devices)

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