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If an information systems security officer is not assigned to an organization, who assumes responsibility for ensuring all users and information assurance personnel receive training?
b. COMPUSEC Manager.
a. Workgroup manager.

b. COMPUSEC Manager.

c. Network control center.

d. Workgroup administrator.
Besides using antivirus software and prevention tools, what other action is used to decrease virus infections?
c. Heightened user awareness.
a. Implementing group policies.

b. Hard drive defragmentation.

c. Heightened user awareness.

d. Better password management.
What IEEE standard is used for wireless local area networks?
a. IEEE 802.11.
a. IEEE 802.11.

b. IEEE 802.10.

c. IEEE 802.9.

d. IEEE 802.8.
What is the most effective and easiest approach to stopping virus infections?
a. Prevention.
a. Prevention.

b. Eradication.

c. Deletion.

d. Quarantine.
What is the most important process in effectively managing your virus protection defense?
a. Constant upgrade of antiviral software.
a. Constant upgrade of antiviral software.

b. Running tried and true version of antiviral software.

c. Backing up data as often as needed to prevent viruses.

d. Contacting the software vendor to extend service contract.
When can you use your personally owned computer to conduct official government business?
d. With approval from the designated approval authority.
a. Never.

b. Wither Commander approval.

c. Only when other resources are unavailable.

d. With approval from the designated approval authority.
What entity administers the COMPUSEC Program?
d. Wing information assurance office.
a. Commander.

b. Base network control center.

c. Functional system administrator.

d. Wing information assurance office.
For whom does the certification team work?
a. Certifier.
a. Certifier.

b. Designated approval authority.

c. Base information assurance office.

d. Commander, communications and information squadron.
Who is the liaison for the user community throughout the life cycle of an information system and defines the system’s operations and functional requirements?
c. User representative.
a. Certifier.

b. Program Manager.

c. User representative.

d. Certification team.
In accordance with Air Force instructions, what is the most common use of a PDA?
c. Process unclassified information from desktop workstations and synchronize information with desktop workstations using PDA features such as schedules, contact information, notes and email.
a. Manage and convert software applications that hinder program objectives.

b. Access the internet and send unclassified information to authorized individuals using email.

c. Process unclassified information from desktop workstations and synchronize information with desktop workstations using PDA features such as schedules, contact information, notes and email.

d. Process classified information from desktop workstations and synchronize unclassified information with desktop workstations using PDA features such as schedules, contact information, notes and email.
What is the first line of network defense in minimizing virus exposure?
c. Sensible network management.
a. Reduce the number of stand-alone systems.

b. Sensible configuration management.

c. Sensible network management.

d. A good system security policy.
What does the Air Force adhere its network management hierarchy to?
b. Defense information infrastructure control concept.
a. Regional communications infrastructure.

b. Defense information infrastructure control concept.

c. International standards and organizational concepts.

d. Command and global communications infrastructure.
Before operation, all information systems must be certified by the:
b. Designated approval authority (DAA).
a. Certifying official.

b. Designated approval authority (DAA).

c. Base information assurance office.

d. Commander, communications and information squadron.
Workgroup managers will normally perform at what level of distributed responsibility?
b. Local.
a. Global.

b. Local.

c. Regional.

d. Functional.
When dealing with sources of network information, what organization tracks all ideas or suggestions concerning the Internet?
d. Internet Engineering Task Force.
a. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

b. International Organization fro Standardization.

c. Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers.

d. Internet Engineering Task Force.
Who provides responsive mission support by managing the local infrastructure that provides customers the communications and information resources needed to achieve their operation objectives?
c. Network control center.
a. Help desk operations.

b. Network management.

c. Network control center.

d. Functional system administrator.
Who takes direction from the NCC and must thoroughly understand the customer’s mission and stay completely knowledgeable of the hardware and software capabilities and limitations?
d. Functional system administrator.
a. Workgroup manager.

b. Network administrator.

c. Specific area support specialist.

d. Functional system administrator.
Who is the user’s primary point of contact for computer problems that the workgroup manager or functional system administrator cannot resolve?
a. Help desk operations.
a. Help desk operations.

b. Network management.

c. Network control center.

d. Functional system administrator.
To provide effective, efficient, secure, and reliable information network services used in critical DOD and Air Force communications and information processes is the goal of what management area?
d. Network Management.
a. Information technology management.

b. Information system management.

c. Workgroup management.

d. Network Management.
Which of the following is a basic connectionless datagram service?
d. Internet Protocol.
a. Transmission Control Protocol.

b. File Transfer Protocol.

c. Bootstrap Protocol.

d. Internet Protocol.
Who provides proactive and reactive management of resources by monitoring and controlling the network, available bandwidth, hardware, and distributed software resources?
b. Network management.
a. Help desk operations.

b. Network management.

c. Network control center.

d. Functional system administrator.
What protocol provides a reliable file transfer service for text or binary files?
b. File Transfer Protocol.
a. Transmission Control Protocol.

b. File Transfer Protocol.

c. Bootstrap Protocol.

d. Internet Protocol.
What identifies resources via their network “location?”
c. Uniform Resource Locator.
a. T568A and/or T568B.

b. Domain Name System.

c. Uniform Resource Locator.

d. Open Systems Interconnect Reference Model.
What is the most common connector used to terminate the ends of an Unshielded Twisted Pair cable?
a. RJ-45.
a. RJ-45.

b. MT-46.

c. Modular plug.

d. Fiber-optic cap.
What association has contributed to local area networking through a program call Project 802?
a. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
a. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

b. International Organization for Standardization.

c. Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers.

d. Internet Engineering Task Force.
What main device operates at the network layer of the OSI reference model?
c. Router.
a. Hub.

b. Switch.

c. Router.

d. Gateway.
What is commonly used to translate between domain names and IP addresses and to control Internet email delivery?
b. Domain Name System.
a. T568A and/or T568B.

b. Domain Name System.

c. Uniform Resource Locator.

d. Open systems interconnect reference model.
What organization monitors the Internet Protocol addresses and domain names on the Internet?
c. Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers.
a. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

b. International Organizations for Standardization.

c. Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers.

d. Internet Engineering Task Force.
What protocol provides a reliable connection-oriented transport service?
a. Transmission Control Protocol
a. Transmission Control Protocol

b. File Transfer Protocol.

c. Bootstrap Protocol.

d. Internet Protocol.
What scheme is used to anonymously access a file on the Internet with a Web browser?
b. ftp.
a. file.

b. ftp.

c. http.

d. https.
When you first experience network problems, which layer of the OSI reference model do you start troubleshooting?
a. Physical.
a. Physical.

b. Network.

c. Transport.

d. Application.
Which layer of the OSI reference model is responsible for reliable end-to-end (commonly called host-to-host) packet delivery?
c. Transport.
a. Physical.

b. Network.

c. Transport.

d. Application
When your computer connects to an IP address, what is the default port for Hypertext Transfer Protocol?
b. 80.
a. 25.

b. 80.

c. 443.

d. 8080.
Which layer of the OSI reference model governs issues such as the strength and voltage of the signal, and the types and specifications of the network medium?
a. Physical.
a. Physical.

b. Network.

c. Transport.

d. Application.
What port is used for Hypertext Transfer Protocol with Secure Sockets Layer?
c. 443.
a. 25.

b. 80.

c. 443.

d. 8080.
What tells your browser how to display elements of a Web page?
c. Tags.
a. Definitions.

b. Platforms.

c. Tags.

d. Anchors.
What are the main types of graphic files used on Web pages?
a. .jpg and .gif.
a. .jpg and .gif.

b. .gif and .tif.

c. .tif and .bmp.

d. .bmp and .jpg.
What is designed to specify the logical organization and formatting of text documents, with extensions to include images, forms, and hypertext links to other documents and Internet resources?
d. Hypertext Markup Language.
a. Hypertext Transfer Protocol.

b. Hypertext Markup Protocol.

c. Hypertext Transfer Protocol.

d. Hypertext Markup Language.
What are the two main sections of a hypertext markup language file (Web document)?
a. Header and body sections.
a. Header and body sections.

b. Header and footer sections.

c. Body and footer sections.

d. Beginning and ending sections.
Who does the Air Force expect to comply with the requirements and standards in its publications?
c. Both its military and civilian personnel.
a. Its civilian personnel only.

b. Its military personnel only.

c. Both its military and civilian personnel.

d. Military, civilian, and foreign nationals working for the military.
What can be effectively and economically used to state policies and procedures to our military structure?
b. Publications.
a. Tongue and Quill.

b. Publications.

c. Standards.

d. Rules.
Which of the following is not an acceptable image file type?
d. .doc.
a. .gif.

b. .jpg.

c. .eps.

d. .doc.
During the publication process, which format does the publication manager provide to the OPR for a 24-hour last chance review?
d. Portable document format (.pdf).
a. Rich text format (.rtf).

b. Word document (.doc).

c. Enriched text format (.etf).

d. Portable document format (.pdf).
What is the standard file format for submitting Air Force publications?
b. Word document (.doc).
a. Rich text format (.rtf).

b. Word document (.doc).

c. Enriched text format (.etf).

d. Portable document format (.pdf).
The Publications and Forms Distribution Program is also known as what other program?
b. Distribution management.
a. Publishing management.

b. Distribution management.

c. Electronic transaction system.

d. Air Force Electronic Publication Library.
What was the first indication that the Air Force was moving to total electronic publications?
d. The creation of the AFEPL.
a. Increased Internet use.

b. Growing dependence on email.

c. Development of base homepages.

d. The creation of the AFEPL.
When are Air Force departmental, MAJCOM, and base-level publications made accessible to customers?
c. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
a. During duty hours.

b. Only on workdays.

c. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

d. 12 hours a day, 5 days a week.
Whom would you contact to request an exception to use first-class mail or official mail for the dissemination of publications and forms?
c. Headquarters USAF/SCXX.
a. Headquarters USAF/PAXX.

b. Headquarters USAF/JAXX.

c. Headquarters USAF/SCXX.

d. Headquarters USAF/DPXX.
Which level of command has a functional manager who is your main point of contact concerning career field issues?
c. Base.
a. Air Force.

b. MAJCOM.

c. Base.

d. Unit.
What functional manager level attends U&TW to bring up issues and concerns of their area of responsibility in the Information Management field?
b. MAJCOM.
a. Air Force.

b. MAJCOM.

c. Base.

d. Unit.
What is the maximum number of typed pages allowed for a mission needs statement?
b. 5.
a. 3.

b. 5.

c. 7.

d. 9.
Who is responsible for developing policy and procedures for information through its life cycle, regardless of media?
b. Headquarters USAF/SC.
a. MAJCOM/SC.

b. Headquarters USAF/SC.

c. Air Force Records Manger.

d. National Archive and Records Administration.
To allow for the broadest consideration and selection of the most cost-effective solution, how low must a mission needs statement be written?
d. Non-system specific.
a. Non-technology specific.

b. Non-controller specific.

c. Non-platform specific.

d. Non-system specific.
Symptoms such as recurrent or persistent pain, numbness and tingling, or weakness of the hand, are signs of what condition?
b. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
a. Cumulative Trauma Disorder.

b. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

c. Chronic muscle pain.

d. Temporary fatigue.
Through ergonomic enhancement, which of the following is not considered an improvement to the work environment?
d. Increased absenteeism.
a. Increased morale.

b. Increased productivity.

c. Increased work quality.

d. Increased absenteeism.
What are some signs your body sends to communicate tension resulting from repeated strain?
c. Stiffness and soreness.
a. Disability and illness.

b. Heart attack and stroke.

c. Stiffness and soreness.

d. Headaches and dizziness.
What is the most common computer related health problem associated with video display terminals?
a. Eyestrain.
a. Eyestrain.

b. Headaches.

c. Neck problems.

d. Muscle tension.