8 multiple versions of a drp available in the

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8 Multiple versions of a DRP available in the organization will A. Allow older pass-along versions of the plan to circulate to some personnel. B. Give involved personnel a choice of response procedures. C. Cause confusion during a disaster.
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D. Give critical personnel the best composite view of response procedures. Answer: C See Chapter 6. Only one version of the DRP should be available in order to avoid confusion. 9 Which of the following is NOT a natural disaster? A. Tsunami B. Pandemic C. Flood D. Communications outage Answer: D See Chapter 10. A communications outage is a man-made disaster @@md although it could be caused by a natural disaster, such as an earthquake, landslide, or flood. 10 Remote journaling refers to A. A mechanism that transmits transactions to an alternate processing site B. A procedure for maintaining multiple copies of change control records C. A procedure for maintaining multiple copies of configuration management records D. A mechanism that ensures the survivability of written records Answer: A See Chapter 6. Remote journaling keeps data at an alternate site up- to-date at all times. 11 Backing up data by sending it through a communications line to a remote location is known as A. Transaction journaling B. Off-site storage C. Electronic vaulting D. Electronic journaling Answer: C See Chapter 6. Electronic vaulting is the term that describes backing up data over a communications line to another location. 12 Which of the following is NOT a method used to create an online redundant data set? A. Remote journaling B. Off-site storage
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C. Electronic vaulting D. Database mirroring Answer: B See Chapter 6. Off-site storage is merely an alternate location for storing backup media. 13 One of the chief disadvantages of a mutual aid agreement is A. An organization has no guarantee that the other organization will agree to help. B. A large disaster that affects both organizations renders the agreement worthless. C. It’s the most expensive way to acquire a warm site. D. The DRP isn’t tested until a disaster strikes. Answer: B See Chapter 6. A disaster large enough to affect both organizations will negate the plan. 14 A hot site is the most expensive because A. Travel costs can be high. B. Duplicate staff salaries are high. C. HVAC systems are expensive to operate. D. It requires constant maintenance to keep systems in sync. Answer: D See Chapter 6. The hot site systems’ hardware, software, applications, and patches must be kept current with the organization’s main data center(s). 15 The types of DRP tests are A. Checklist, walkthrough, simulation, parallel, and full interruption B. Checklist, simulation, parallel, and full interruption C. Checklist, walkthrough, simulation, and full interruption D. Walkthrough, simulation, and parallel Answer: A See Chapter 6. The five types of DRP tests are checklist, walkthrough, simulation, parallel, and full interruption.
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