CISSP Certification 2021 practice questions.
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ANSWER The only answer option here is locks. Tangible assets are physical assets, this can be buildings, inventory, but in most cases for us it would be focused on our equipment (servers, switches, routers, etc.). show less
The right answer is B.
The only answer option here is locks. Tangible assets are physical assets, this can be buildings, inventory, but in most cases for us it would be focused on our equipment (servers, switches, routers, etc.). show less
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