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TOGAF Enterprise Architecture Combined Part 1 and Part 2 Exam Questions and Answers

Questions 1

Consider the following ADM phases objectives.

Which phase does each objective match?

Options:

A.

1E-2E-3F-4F

B.

1G-2E-3F-4F

C.

1F-2E-3F-4G

D.

1E-2F-3E-4F

Questions 2

Please read this scenario prior to answering the question

Your role is that of a consultant to the Lead Enterprise Architect in a multinational automotive manufacturer.

The company has a corporate strategy that focuses on electrification of its portfolio, and it has invested

heavily in a new shared car platform to use across all its brands. The company has four manufacturing

facilities, one in North America, two in Europe, and one in Asia.

A challenge that the company is facing is to scale up the number of vehicles coming off the production line to meet customer demand, while maintaining quality. There are significant supply chain shortages for electronic components, which are impacting production. In response to this the company has taken on new suppliers and has also taken design and production of the battery pack in-house.

The company has a mature Enterprise Architecture practice. The TOGAF standard is used for developing

the process and systems used to design, manufacture, and test the battery pack. The Chief Information

Officer and the Chief Operating Officer co-sponsor the Enterprise Architecture program.

As part of putting the new battery pack into production, adjustments to the assembly processes need to be made. A pilot project has been completed at a single location. The Chief Engineer, sponsor of the activity, and the Architecture Board have approved the plan for implementation and migration at each plant.

Draft Architecture Contracts have been developed that detail the work needed to implement and deploy the new processes for each location. The company mixes internal teams with a few third-party contractors at the locations. The Chief Engineer has expressed concern that the deployment will not be consistent and of acceptable quality.

Refer to the scenario

The Lead Enterprise Architect has asked you to review the draft Architecture Contracts and recommend the best approach to address the Chief Engineer's concern.

Based on the TOGAF Standard, which of the following is the best answer?

Options:

A.

For changes requested by an internal team, you recommend a memorandum of understanding

between the Architecture Board and the implementation organization. For contracts issued to third-

party contractors, you recommend that it is a fully enforceable legal contract. You recommend that

the Architecture Board reviews all deviations from the Architecture Contract and considers whether to

grant a dispensation to allow the

B.

For changes undertaken by internal teams, you recommend a memorandum of understanding

between the Architecture Board and the implementation organization. If a contract is issued to a

contractor, you recommend that it is a fully enforceable legal contract. If a deviation from the

Architecture Contract is found, you recommend that the Architecture Board grant a dispensation to

allow the implementation organization to c

C.

You review the contracts ensuring that they address project objectives, effectiveness metrics,

acceptance criteria, and risk management. Third-party contracts must be legally enforceable. You

recommend a schedule of compliance reviews at key points in the implementation process. You

recommend that the Architecture Board reviews all deviations from the Architecture Contract and

considers whether to grant a dispensatio

D.

You recommend that the Architecture Contracts be used to manage the architecture governance

processes across the locations. You recommend deployment of monitoring tools to assess the

performance of each completed battery pack at each location and develop change requirements if

necessary. If a deviation from the contract is detected, the Architecture Board should allow the

Architecture Contract to be modified meet the

Questions 3

Please read this scenario prior to answering the question

Your role is that of a senior architect, reporting to the Chief Enterprise Architect, at a medium-sized company with 400 employees. The nature of the business is such that the data and the information stored on the company systems is their major asset and is highly confidential.

The company employees travel extensively for work and must communicate over public infrastructure using message encryption, VPNs, and other standard safeguards. The company has invested in cybersecurity awareness training for all its staff. However, it is recognized that even with good education as well as system security, there is a dependency on third-parly suppliers of infrastructure and software.

The company uses the TOGAF standard as the method and guiding framework for its Enterprise Architecture (EA) practice. The CTO is the sponsor of the activity.

The Chief Security Officer (CSO) has noted an increase in ransomware (malicious software used in ransom demands) attacks on companies with a similar profile. The CSO recognizes that no matter how much is spent on education, and support, it is likely just a matter of time before the company suffers a significant attack that could completely lock them out of their information assets.

A risk assessment has been done and the company has sought cyber insurance that includes ransomware coverage. The quotation for this insurance is hugely expensive. The CTO has recently read a survey that stated that one in four organizations paying ransoms were still unable to recover their data, while nearly as many were able to recover the data without paying a ransom. The CTO has concluded that taking out cyber insurance in case they need to pay a ransom is not an option.

Refer to the scenario

You have been asked to describe the steps you would take to improve the resilience of the current architecture?

Based on the TOGAF standard which of the following is the best answer?

Options:

A.

You would determine business continuity requirements, and undertake a gap analysis of the current Enterprise Architecture. You would make recommendations for change requirements to address the situation and create a change request. You would manage a meeting of the Architecture Board to assess and approve the change request. Once approved you would produce a new Request for Architecture Work to activate an ADM cycle to carry out a project t

B.

You would monitor for technology changes from your existing suppliers that could improve resilience. You would prepare and run a disaster recovery planning exercise for a ransomware attack and analyze the performance of the current Enterprise Architecture. Using the findings, you would prepare a gap analysis of the current Enterprise Architecture. You would prepare change requests to address identified gaps. You would add the changes implem

C.

You would ensure that the company has in place up-to-date processes for managing change to the current Enterprise Architecture. Based on the scope of the concerns raised you recommend that this be managed at the infrastructure level. Changes should be made to the baseline description of the Technology Architecture. The changes should be approved by the Architecture Board and implemented by change management techniques.

D.

You would request an Architecture Compliance Review with the scope to examine the company's resilience to ransomware attacks. You would identify the departments involved and have them nominate representatives. You would then tailor checklists to address the requirement for increased resilience. You would circulate to the nominated representatives for them to complete. You would then review the completed checklists, identifying and resolving