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Table Of Contents  CertiGuide to Security+
 9  Chapter 6:  Practice Exam

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Questions 96-100

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96. What is the most common threat to physical security that is also considered highly effective?

A. Hijacking

B. Tailgating

C. Dumpster diving

D. All of the above

E. None of the above

 

97. What utilities need to be considered in disaster planning?

A. Power

B. Water

C. Communications

D. Safety

 

98. When a business cannot afford interruptions, availability choices include

A. Mirror sites

B. RAID based hard drives

C. Hot-swappable computer components

D. Clustered computer systems

E. All choices are correct

 

99. Security procedures should include:

A. Doing things the most efficient way possible

B. Users should be assigned the least level of privileges they need to do their jobs

C. Business keeping up with capital investments that improve their business

D. All choices are correct

E. No choice is correct

 

100. You're in charge of password management for a large user base. A good labor saving solution to install would be:

A. A self-service password reset facility (Example: answer your secret question and your password will be reset and emailed to you)

B. Biometric hardware

C. Both choices are correct

D. Neither choice is correct


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