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scenario of the loss of many or most of an organization’s personnel. 23 A data processing facility on truck trailers or mobile homes is known as: A. A frozen backup site B. A migrant backup site C. A rolling backup site D. An itinerant backup site Answer: C
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See Chapter 6. A rolling backup site (also known as a mobile backup site) is a portable site built onto a truck trailer or mobile home structure. 24 What's the purpose of a Criticality Assessment? A. It identifies the funding paths required during a disaster. B. It identifies the critical personnel in the organization. C. It identifies the critical path to full disaster recovery. D. It identifies the processes and functions that are most critical to business operations. Answer: D See Chapter 6. The Criticality Assessment is used to identify the most critical business processes and functions. 25 Which is NOT a factor in Business Continuity Planning? A. Making sure sufficient personnel are available to recover business operations B. Identifying critical business processes and planning for their resumption C. Filing the Business Continuity Plan with local government authorities D. Identifying funding necessary during a disaster and for recovery of operations. Answer: C See Chapter 6. With rare exceptions, local governments aren’t involved in companies’ Business Continuity Planning. 26 What's the purpose of a Business Impact Assessment (BIA)? A. To identify critical processes and the resources required to resume them B. To identify the impact of a disaster on the organization’s value chain C. To identify the financial cost of any particular disaster scenario D. To identify a disaster’s impact on company market share Answer: A See Chapter 6. The main purpose of a Business Impact Assessment is the identification of critical business processes, the amount of downtime for those processes that the business can tolerate, and the resources required to resume those critical processes. 27 Typically, the first step in the BCP process is
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A. Inventory all business critical processes B. Determine scope C. Create a Business Impact Analysis D. Develop a training plan Answer: B See Chapter 6. The scope of the BCP program must first be determined. 28 Civil and criminal penalties can be imposed on public companies that fail to maintain adequate controls according to A. The European Privacy Directive 95/46/EC B. The Graham-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999 C. The Information Controls and Practices Act of 1997 D. The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977 Answer: D See Chapter 6. The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977 imposes civil and criminal penalties on U.S. publicly owned companies that fail to adequately control their information systems. 29 The loss of competitive advantage and market share is known as A. A critical support area B. A qualitative loss C. A quantitative loss D. A nonproductive loss Answer: B See Chapter 6. Qualitative losses, such as loss of competitive advantage, are more difficult to measure.
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