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CISSP Questions of the Week

These CISSP Questions of the Week questions and answers were developed by Shon Harris and the Logical Security development team. We hope you find this to be a helpful resource. Simply select the "Click Here" under each question to find the answer.

1.  Which of the following best describes the difference between an Information Systems Contingency Plan and Disaster Recovery Plan?

       A. Information Systems Contingency Plan procedures are developed for recovery of the system regardless of site or location
       B. Disaster Recovery Plan procedures are developed for recovery of the system regardless of site or location
       C. Disaster Recovery Plan can be activated at the system's current location or at an alternate site
       D. Information Systems Contingency Plan is primarily a site-specific plan

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2. Which of the following provides the strongest form of intellectual property protection?
 
   A. Copyright
   B. Trademark
   C. Patent
   D. Trade secret

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3. Nancy is a new network administrator and has been faced with decision of implementing either direct access backup systems or sequential access backup storage devices. Which of the following does not properly describe these types of technologies?

       A. Any point on a Direct Access Storage Device may be promptly reached, whereas every point in between the current position and the desired position of a Sequential Access Storage Device must be traversed in order to reach the desired position
       B. Any point on a Sequential Access Storage Device may be promptly reached, whereas every point in between the current position and the desired position of a Direct Access Storage Device must be traversed in order to reach the desired position
       C. Some tape drives have minimal amounts of Direct Access intelligence built in
       D. Tape drives are Sequential Access Storage Devices

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