16 a parallel drp test a is resource intensive and

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16 A parallel DRP test A. Is resource intensive and rarely used B. Tests the full responsiveness by shutting down production systems C. Runs in parallel with production processing
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D. Is a paper exercise to test theoretical response to a disaster Answer: C See Chapter 6. A parallel test utilizes parallel processing of the organization’s systems but doesn't shut down production systems. 17 A DRP checklist test A. Is really only a review of the disaster recovery procedures B. Is a test of backup system business resumption procedures C. Is a test of production system recovery procedures D. Is a test of business process failover procedures Answer: A See Chapter 6. A checklist test is nothing more than a review of disaster recovery procedures. 18 What's the purpose of a salvage team? A. To resume critical business operations at the alternate processing site B. To retrieve any needed items from off-site storage C. To return the primary processing site to normal business operations D. To salvage any usable or marketable assets after a disaster Answer: C See Chapter 6. The purpose of the salvage team is to resume normal business operations at the primary processing site(s). 19 What's the purpose of a recovery team? A. To resume critical business operations at the alternate processing site B. To retrieve any needed items from off-site storage C. To return the primary processing site to normal business operations D. To salvage any usable or marketable assets after a disaster Answer: A See Chapter 6. The recovery team’s purpose is to get critical business operations up and running as soon as possible at the alternate processing site. 20 Why are communications with the media important during a disaster?
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A. Emergency communications with personnel occur through the media. B. The media can report official status instead of relying on rumors. C. It’s required by the Securities and Exchange Commission. D. It’s recommended by the Business Contingency Planning Association. Answer: B See Chapter 6. In the absence of communication with the media, inaccurate and usually pessimistic news about the disaster will spread. 21 When is a disaster considered to be over? A. One year after it began B. When the recovery phase has begun C. When all business operations have resumed at alternate operations site(s) D. When all business operations have resumed at the primary operations site(s) Answer: D See Chapter 6. The disaster is said to be over when all business operations have resumed at their usual production sites. 22 What new scenario did the September 2001 World Trade Center disaster bring to business contingency planning? A. The sudden loss of a significant portion of an organization’s workforce B. Airplanes being deliberately crashed into buildings C. The unprecedented cessation of securities trading for several consecutive days D. The restrictions of long-distance travel by air Answer: A See Chapter 6. Prior to 2001, Business Continuity Planning didn’t adequately take into account the unlikely (but now proven possible)
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