Our Security Operations Service Now skills test is the preferred pre-employment test for recruiters and hiring managers to hire job-fit candidates for roles such as Service Now Operator. Software Engineer – ServiceNow, to name a few. By filtering out irrelevant candidates, the Security Operations ServiceNow test can reduce hiring time by 40% and improve the interview-to-selection ratio by 62%.
Security Operations helps bring incident data from your security tools into a structured response engine that uses intelligent workflows, automation, and a deep connection with IT to prioritize and resolve threats based on their impact on your organization. In ServiceNow Security Operations, people have strengthened and accelerated the security processes. They have moved away from time-consuming emails and spreadsheets, creating an automated security response environment that simplifies investigation, eliminates time-consuming data collection, and provides end-to-end visibility.
iMocha’s Security Operations ServiceNow test is secure and reliable. You can use our role-based access control feature to restrict system access based on the roles of individual users within the recruiting team. Features like window violation and webcam proctoring help detect cheating during the test.
Security Operations ServiceNow Skills Test has a unique set of questions. You can also create or ask us to create a customized test with questions specific to your job requirement.
ServiceNow Security Operations Test helps to screen the candidates who possess traits as follows:
Security Operations ServiceNow skills test may contain MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions), MAQs (Multiple Answer Questions), Fill in the Blanks, Whiteboard Questions, Audio / Video Questions, AI-LogicBox(Pseudo-Coding Platform), Coding Simulators, True or False Questions, etc.
You have been tasked with changing the look and feel of the test instance so that it looks different from production instance. This would make the developers identify production instance and prevent them from making accidental changes directly to it. How would you achieve this on test instance?