Information Governance

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  1. From our Chapter 9; – Records Management (RM) is a key impact area of IG – so much that in the RM space, IG is often thought of as synonymous with or a single superset of RM.  From that perspective, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) defined business records as……………………………………….?A.A.   information created, received, and maintained as evidence and information by an organization or person, in pursuance of legal obligations or in the transaction in the form of records

    B.Both A and BC.A
    A.information created, received, and maintained as evidence and information by an organization or person, in pursuance of legal obligations
    D.A. information created, received, and maintained as evidence and information by an organization or person, in pursuance of legal obligations or in the transaction in the form of Files

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QUESTION 2

  1. Legal functions are the most important area of IG impact.  Under the FRCP amendments, corporations must proactively manage the e-discovery process to avoid what?A.All of the aboveB.Sanctions,

    C.unfavorable rulingsD.a loss of public trust

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QUESTION 3

  1. TRUE or FALSE: According to the Intersection of IG and E-Discovery, the Legal Hold Process is NOT a foundational element of Information Governance (IG). True
    False

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QUESTION 4

  1. According to the best business practices associated with and approved by IG Subject Matter experts, there are three (3) key Event-Based prerequisites that must be completed before an event-based disposition can be implemented.  These prerequisites are?A.A clear start date is a required, Retention periods must be segmented into active and inactive, Clarify trigger events

    B.Clarify trigger events, an aautomated capture of agreed-on trigger events must be performed and sent to the ERM, The ERM Systems must have complete retention and disposition capabilities

    C.The ERM Systems must have complete retention and disposition capabilities, A clear start date is a required, Clarify trigger events

    D.None of the above

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QUESTION 5

  1. Which one of the following is TRUE about the IG Reference Model?A.Linking duty + value to information asset = efficient, effective management

    B.Linking duty + value to information asset = Unified governance, effective management

    C.All of the above

    D.Linking duty + policy integration = efficient, effective management

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QUESTION 6

  1. According to recent surveys regarding Big Data and its impacts, approximately 25………………. percent of information stored in organizations has real business value, while 5……………. percent must be kept as business records and about 1…………… percent is retained due to a litigation hold.A.           25, 5, 2

    B.        25, 5, 1

    C.      1, 5, 25

    D.None of the above

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QUESTION 7

  1. TRUE or FALSE: Good data governance ensures that downstream negative effects of poor data are avoided and that subsequent reports, analyses, and conclusions are based on reliable, and trusted data. True
    False

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QUESTION 8

  1. What is the ITIL?A.All of the above. B.A group of metrics that govern the program


    C.Focuses on value deliveryD.A set of process-oriented best practices

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QUESTION 9

  1. The ………………………….is a visual planning tool created by EDRM.net to assist in identifying and clarifying the stages of the e-discovery process?A.None of the above

    B.Information Management Protocol

    C.Guidelines for E-Discovery Planning

    D.E-Discovery Reference Model

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QUESTION 10

  1. Principles of IG are on the evolutionary edge, and therefore, most successful IG programs have been characterized by ten key principles which have become the ……………………………………...and should be designed into the IG approach.A.Basic foundation

    B.Both A and B

    C.basis for best practices

    D.Design

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QUESTION 11

  1. What’s the fundamental function of the GAR Principle?

    A.None of the above

    B.Foster awareness of good record-keeping practices, and provides associated metrics to provide an IG framework to support continuous improvement

    C.Generally Accepted Recordkeeping principles is used to measure program profits

    D.To deploy Gastric Analysis Revenue

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QUESTION 12

  1. Predictive coding software leverages ............................. when experts review a subset of documents to teach the software what to look for, so it can apply this logic to the full set of .........................?A.Human analysis, documentsB.Human Intelligence, documentsC.Pattern search, intelligenceD.Human analysis, pages

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QUESTION 13

  1. The implementation of an LHN program attacks some of the low-hanging fruit within an or an organization’s overall IG position. This part of the e-discovery life-cycle must not be outsourced.  Why is this the case?A.Retained counsel provides input, but the mechanics of the LHN must be managed and owned by the internal corporate resources

    B.Both A and CC.No internal ownership is required by the counsel’s engagement in this situation

    D.Retained counsel does not provide input or the mechanics of the LHN don’t need to manage and owned by the internal corporate resources

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QUESTION 14

  1. Risk Profile creation is a basic building block in the Enterprise Risk Management to assist executives to understand the risks associated with?A.Stated Business Goals

    B.Stated Business Agreements

    C.Stated Business Objectives

    D.Both A, B, and C

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QUESTION 15

  1. TRUE or FALSE: Clean, build and maintain, and monetize are the 3 phases in the Yard’s rebirth True
    False

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QUESTION 16

  1. Principles of IG are on the evolutionary edge, and therefore, most successful IG programs have been characterized by …………………………… key principles which have become the basis for best practices and should be designed into the IG approach.

    A.ElevenB.FiveC.None of the aboveD.Ten

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QUESTION 17

  1. Creating a …………………… is a basic building block in an ………………… that assists business executives understand the risks associated with stated business objectives.A.All of the above

    B.Risk Profile, Framework

    C.ISO 9000, Heatmap

    D.Risk profile, Enterprise Risk Management

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QUESTION 18

  1. The principles of successful IG programs are emerging, and they include executive sponsorship, and………………, ………………, ………………, ……………, ……………, …………, ………..., ……………..., and ……………?A.Information classification, integrity, security, accessibility, control, monitoring, auditing, policy development, and continuous metrics

    B.A and BC.Information classification, integrity, security, accessibility, control, monitoring, auditing, policy development, and continuous improvement

    D.Information classification, integrity, security, personally identifiable information, control, monitoring, auditing, policy development, and continuous improvement

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QUESTION 19

  1. ……….is a process-based IT governance framework that represents a consensus of experts worldwide.

    A.CobiTB.CobiTLC.All of the aboveD.CobiTX

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QUESTION 20

  1. IG is sort of a super discipline that encompasses a variety of key concepts from a variety of ………………………………?

    A.Related and overlapping disciplinesB.All of the above.C.Isolated discipline but comprehensiveD.Never overlapping disciplines

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QUESTION 21

  1. One of the ten IG principles is a Continuous improvement. What is the importance of this principle to the organization program?

    A.Document management and report management software must be deployed for control

    B.Ensure guidelines and policies are being followed to measure employee compliance

    C.Provide periodic program review and necessary adjustment against gaps and or shortcomings

    D.None of the above

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QUESTION 22

  1. Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles are sometimes known as the ………………………..?A.The GAR Principles



    B.None of the above

    C.The ARMA Principles

    D.The IG Principles

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QUESTION 23

  1. What is ISO 38500? ……………………………………. that provides high-level principles and guidance for senior decision-makers

    A.International Organization Law

    B.International standardC.A.  International Metric

    D.European and American Standard Procedure

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QUESTION 24

  1. TRUE or FALSE: Unknown or useless data, such as old log files that take up space and continues to grow and requires regular clean-up is sometimes known as dark data True
    False

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QUESTION 25

  1. TRUE or FALSE: Clean, build and maintain, Survey and monetize are the 3 phases in the Yard’s rebirth.

    True
    False

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