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A. TrueB. FalseAnswer: A
Reference: Social EngineeringExplanation:Type: True/False7. Written security policies document management's goals and objectives.
Reference: PoliciesExplanation:Type: True/False8. A functional policy declares an organization's management direction for security in such specific functional areas as email, remote access, and Internet surfing.
Reference: Policies
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Explanation:Type: True/False9. Standards are used when an organization has selected a solution to fulfill a policy goal.
Reference: StandardsExplanation:Type: True/False10. Procedures do NOT reduce mistakes in a crisis.A. TrueB. FalseAnswer: B Reference: ProceduresExplanation: Procedures reduce mistakes in a crisis, ensure you don't miss important steps, provide for places within the process to conduct assurance checks, and are mandatory requirements.
Type: True/False11. The term "data owner" refers to the person or group that manages an IT infrastructure.
owner assigns.
12. Company-related classifications are not standard, therefore, there may be some differences between the terms "private" and "confidential" in different companies.
Reference: Examples of ClassificationExplanation:Type: True/False13. Classification scope determines what data you should classify; classification process determines how you handle classified data.A. TrueB. FalseAnswer: A
Reference: Classification ProceduresExplanation: Type: True/False14. Configuration changes can be made at any time during a system life cycle and no process is required.
security vulnerabilities.Type: True/False15. A hardware configuration chart should NOT include copies of software configurations.
Type: True/False

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