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Question 1

1. The use of the Hierarchy of Controls is required by one of more of the standards.

True

False

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Question 2
1. Mitigation and Business Continuity Strategy is the same thing.

True

False

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Question 3
1. Most General Contractors have the ability to remove smoke odor and mold growth.

True

False

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Question 4
1. Mitigation can eliminate or greatly reduce the impact of an incident to the point that response or recovery is not
necessary.

True

False

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Question 5
1. Mitigation is always cost effective.

True

False

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Question 6
1. The lowest levels of the Hierarchy of Controls rely the least on human intervention.

True

False

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Question 7
1. Redundancies and divergence, along with the separation of hazards are other forms of mitigation.

True

False

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Question 8
1. Cost versus benefit is an important consideration in the selection of continuity strategies only if they are outside the
organization’s risk appetite.

True

False

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Question 9
1. Because strategies should be developed in partnership with the function owner, they need not be approved by Top
Management.

True

False

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Question 10
1. If a team strategy is outside the scope of the plan, the reason should be explained in the Team Plan Introduction.

True

False

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Question 11
1. What must be clearly demonstrated to an auditor?

a. That strategies were developed by process owners

b. Documented, auditable connection of strategies to the BIA

c. Each function within the scope of the Business Continuity Management System has a continuity strategy

d. Documented evidence that strategies are cost-effective

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Question 12
1. Which of the following best pertains to data and voice telecommunications mitigation?
a. Bandwidth reduction

b. Redundant Central Stations

c. Dual Entrance Facility

d. Plans to use a backup site

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Question 13
1. What asset usually carries the greatest value in an organization?

a. Inventory

b. Research

c. Facilities

d. Brand and Reputation

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Question 14
1. A “Quick Ship” arrangement is most often part of a:

a. Service Level Agreement

b. Factory Warranty

c. Memorandum of Understanding

d. Memberships

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Question 15
1. Which is the lower level of these Hierarchy of Controls:

a. Elimination

b. Substitution

c. Administrative Controls

d. Engineering Controls

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Question 16
1. Which is the best attribute of a continuity or recovery strategy?

a. Uses engineering controls to reduce the effects of a hazard

b. One that has been successfully tested

c. Does not force major changes in routines or reporting structures (Possible Right)

d. All of the above ( went wrong in quiz)

5 points

Question 17
1. One or more of the standards require the organization to:

a. Evaluate the resiliency of its suppliers

b. Evaluate the resiliency of its critical suppliers

c. Evaluate the ability of suppliers to respond within the RTO of the functions they support

d. All of the above

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Question 18
1. A vital record is one that:

a. Is important to the continued and future operation of the function

b. Provides a burden if lost

c. Could cause the failure of the organization if lost

d. All of the above

5 points

Question 19
1. Reciprocal Agreements carry many difficulties that include:

a. Available or fluctuating capacity

b. Rebranding issues

c. Supply chain difficulties

d. Diminished reputation
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Question 20
1. The best way of the following choices to help the organization understand supply chain risk is through:

a. Supply Chain Mapping

b. Examination of the security and business continuity plans of the shipping companies

c. Insurance policies

d. Force Majeure language in Purchase Orders

5 points