IS-916: Critical Infrastructure Security: Theft and Diversion – What You Can Do Answers

1

The following are potential threats to critical infrastructure from theft and diversion activities, EXCEPT FOR:

  • Developing advanced technologies.
  • Business failure.
  • Providing funding for criminal acts.
  • Providing materials to support terrorism.
2

TRUE OR FALSE: Organizations can identify potential targets for theft and diversion by working with security or law enforcement experts.

  • True
  • False
3

TRUE OR FALSE: Verifying customer information for new customers will help to prevent potential theft and diversion.

  • True
  • False
4

The following are protective measures that you can take to prevent theft and diversion, EXCEPT FOR:

  • Redesigning management processes to improve performance data.
  • Preapproving authorized buyers for monitored items.
  • Implementing internal reporting procedures for potential incidents.
  • Establishing a smart hiring process for new employees.
5

Which of the following actions should all employees take during a potential theft and diversion incident?

  • Report the incident as soon as possible.
  • Aggressively question suspicious persons.
  • Confiscate any stolen or diverted items.
  • Physically restrain suspicious persons.
6

Which of the following behaviors is unusual and a potential indicator of theft and diversion?

  • A recent decrease in the number of items that have been reported stolen, lost, or damaged
  • An manager’s inability to work overtime whenever it is offered
  • Any order of an item that is closely monitored
  • An employee describing overly expensive purchases for the expected income
7

Which of the following ordering activities is unusual and a potential indicator of theft and diversion?

  • An order for a closely monitored item from a regular customer
  • A standing order for a large quantity of closely monitored products
  • Customer payment in cash or by personal credit card
  • Any purchase from a new customer
8

Diversion is the act of acquiring a product or service by means of:

  • Deception
  • Compensation
  • Force
  • Consent
9

The following are direct consequences of theft and diversion, EXCEPT FOR:

  • Performance-based logistics.
  • Potential criminal liability.
  • Inventory or asset losses.
  • Threats to employee safety.
10

TRUE OR FALSE: Potential targets for theft and diversion are completely protected when nonemployees are denied access to them.

  • True
  • False
11

The indirect consequences of theft and diversion can include the following, EXCEPT FOR:

  • Damage to business reputation.
  • An erosion of organizational security.
  • The completion of organizational goals.
  • A loss of critical services.
12

Theft is an intentional criminal act in which property belonging to another is taken or withheld without:

  • Intent
  • Planning
  • Consent
  • Force
13

The following are protective measures that you can take to prevent theft and diversion, EXCEPT FOR:

  • Protecting against internal threats by screening employees.
  • Establishing a system to regularly monitor inventory and identify tampering.
  • Implementing product benchmarking to design new products.
  • Training employees about the importance of reporting potential incidents.
14

The following are protective measures that you can take to prevent theft and diversion, EXCEPT FOR:

  • Providing universal employee access to inventory control systems.
  • Regularly reviewing what to report and reporting procedures for potential incidents.
  • Joining a law enforcement partnership such as a local or regional theft task force.
  • Restricting access to physical inventory of monitored items.

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