93316831 Industrial Security Management

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FINAL EXAM INDUSTRIAL SECURITY MANAGEMENT MULTIPLE CHOICES: Encircle the letter of the correct answer. 1. Registration of a security agency must be processed at what particular government agency. a. PNP SAGSD c. DND, Civil Defense Office b. NAPOLCOM d. Securities and Exchange Commission 2. Minimum age requirement for Security Manager or Operator of a Security Agency. a. 25 years old c. 35 years old b. 30 years old d. 40 years old 3. He exercises the power to revoke, for causes licenses issued to security guards. a. Chief, PNP c. Chairman, NAPOLCOM b. Under Secretary, for Peace and Order d. Secretary, DILG 4. Refers to a natural or man made structure which is capable of delaying illegal access to a facility. a. Wall b. Fence c. Barriers d. Beach front 5. It refers to means and ways that personnel and employees making them security conscious. a. Security promotion c. Security Investigation b. Security Education d. Security seminar. 6. Industrial establishments must establish the first line of physical defense, it refers to: a. Perimeter barriers c. Door, lock s, window barriers b. The building itself d. Entry points where security guars are located 7. Physical security is a system of barriers placed between the potential intruder and the object matters to be protected. As a criminologist, this is simply a denial of________. a. Opportunity to commit the offense c. Access to the object of protection b. Opportunity to the object of protection d. Criminal instinct to surface in the potential offender 8. Weakest link in the security chain. a. Security guards b. manager c. Barriers d. Personnel 9. Perimeter barriers, protective lighting, and__________ system are known in industrial security as physical security. a. Guarding b. Reporting c. Relieving d. Accounting 10. This is an additional outward inclined fixed structure, usually barbed wires placed above a vertical fences to increase physical protection from intruders of a certain area, this is known as_________. a. Cellar guard b. Tower guard c. Top guard d. Top tower 11. The exterior and interior parallel area near the perimeter barrier of an industrial compound to afford better observation and patrol movement is known as____________. a. Protective zone b. Clear zone c. Twilight zone d. patrol lane zone 12. Protective guarding in a compound can be done by the use of electronic hardware, human guards and even animals. In England, an owner to protect his compound used this and they are not only effective but also the cheapest to maintain. This man is using___________. a. Doberman dog b. tamed tigers and lions c. Geese d. Duck 13. The government agency that issues licenses for private and government security guards isa. PNP SOSIA b. Municipal \City mayor office c. PNP FEO d. PNP SAGSD 14. If access is limited only to authorized personnel, this particular place is referred to asa. Compromise area b. Danger area c. Restricted area d. Exclusive area 15. First measure undertaking before a comprehensive security program for an industrial plan could be developed. a. Security survey b. Security education c. Security check d. Security Inspection 16. A security of a plant or industrial firm is also known by other terms except. a. Security audit b. risk assessment c. Vulnerability d. Robbery evaluation 17. Today there are three categories of security guards belonging to the Blue Army. One of these listed below does not belong to the group. a. Body guard’s b. Agency guard’s c. Company guards d. Government security guards 18. Whether to put up its own security guards organic to the firm or hire contractual agency guards have their individual merits and disadvantages. To determine which type of guarding system an industrial firm will require, management must consult_________. a. a security agency owner b. a police officer c. a military intelligence officer d. a security consultant not connected to or owning a security agency, or part thereof

FINAL EXAM 19. As a security officer, you can not prevent nor protect natural hazards like storm, earthquakes, floods and the like. In order to reduce the disastrous effects of these natural hazards, you will__________. a. Prepare a disaster or emergency plan for these hazards for the firm b. Not take any concern on such hazards c. Alert your guards when hazards occur d. Call PAGASA and inquire when the next storm is coming 20. Practical exercise or test of a plan or activity to determine its effectiveness is called. a. Evac. Plan b. Dry-run c. Fire drill d. Sham drill 21. The management of keys used in plant, office or business organization to prevent unauthorized access is referred to asa. Key management b. key control c. Lock control d. Security key control 22. There are many types of types of electronic and electric protective devices available for security buildings, storehouses and compounds. One of the following is true. a. Electronic\electric devices eliminate human guards b. Each building or compound requires particular electronic\electrical protective devices c. Types of alarms needed can best be given by the dealers of said devices d. Electronic\electrical devices provide total protection for the place to be safeguarded 23. As a security chief of an industrial firm, inventory shows that pilferage is rampant in the warehouses. What will be your choice of action? a. Tighten checking at exits of vehicles of the compound\complex b. Prepare your protective plans and confer with management for their immediate implementation c. Deploy intelligence men in pilferage prone areas to catch the culprits d. To resign as you have failed your job. 24. In an industrial firm, there is a need for document security. As a security officer, you can advice management on this aspect although this is not totally your assigned work. Document security is not a protection of vital records froma. Unauthorized access c. Theft or loss b. Compromise or destruction d. Authorized handless 25. The main reason for a personnel security investigation isa. To weed out undesirable employees; b. To check loyalty of employees to the organization c. Preclude assignment to sensitive positions for those who are security risks; d. To determine the character and reputation of certain employees secretly tagged as risks. 26. It is defined as system of barriers placed between the matters protected and the potentials intruder. a. Physical Security c. Personnel Security b. Document Security d. Computer Security 27. This type of alarm system utilizes a station located outside the compound. a. local alarm system c. Proprietary system b. Central alarm system d. Auxiliary system 28. It is installed as part of the building which holds up to 10,000 cubic meters of essential items. At least 12 feet in height, with enough ventilation and fire proof of at least 1 hour. a. safe c. file room b. vault d. protective cabinet 29. it is the susceptibility of a plant or establishment to damage, loss or disruption of operations due to various hazards. a. relative criticality c. risk assessment b. relative vulnerability d. risk analysis 30. It refers to the importance of the establishment with reference to the national economy and security. a. relative criticality c. risk assessment b. relative vulnerability d. risk analysis 31. The association of all licensed security agencies operators. a. PAOPAD b. PODPAO c. PADPAO d. POAPAD 32. Who among below can own or operate a security agency. a. an alien but living here c. a Filipino citizen b. any one provided he knows the job d. all of them 33. A license issued to operate security agency or company forces. a. License to operate c. business license b. license to engage in business d. all of them 34. Republic Act No. 5487 governs the operation ofa. private security forces\agencies c. private detective b. company security d. all of them

FINAL EXAM 35. A fact-finding probe to determine a plant adequacy and deficiency all aspects of security, with the corresponding recommendation. a. security operation c. security survey b. security inquiry d. security audit 36. Barrier which includes but not limited to wall, fences, grill, etc. a. natural barriers c. man-made barriers b. physical barriers d. structural barriers 37. One who steals due to his inability to resist the unexpected opportunity and has little fear by detection. a. insider c. outsider b. casual d. systematic 38. A barrier which includes but not limited to mountains, cliff, ravines, etc. a. animals c. human b. natural d. energy 40. Issued by the security guard for personnel to be admitted to the company. a. access list c. pass system b. ID d. duress code 41. A mechanical device of supplying water which can be manual or motor driven. a. fire pump c. fire extinguisher b. fire hydrant d. stand pipe 42. Intrusion alarm devices are designed to_______ and not prevent criminals from trespassing and should be used normally as an independent adjunct and not a replacement of the human guard forces. a. impeded c. deterred b. provide d. detect 43. An authenticated list of personnel given to security allowing entry to compound or installation or part thereof. a. duress code c. ID b. access list d. pass system 44. The act or condition affecting the safe operation of the facility caused by human action, accidental or intentional. It includes sabotage espionage, pilferage and theft, disloyalty, disaffection and subversive activities. a. human hazard c. natural hazard b. artificial hazard d. electronic hazard 45. Example of the security communication system. a. radio c. telephone b. paging system d. all of them 46. The revised rules and regulations governing the organization and operation of private detective and private security agencies and company security forces throughout the country. a. Security law c. International law b. Private law d. Private security law 47. A metallic container used for the safekeeping of documents or small items in an office or installation. a. safe c. drawer b. basket d. steel cabinet 48. A heavily constructed fire and burglar resistant container usually a part of the building structure used to keep and protect cash, document and negotiable instruments. a. concrete coffin c. vault b. steel cabinet d. basket 49. Steel or plastic pipes located the building from the lowest to the top floor with water under pressure for use in case of fire. a. stand pipe c. wet pipe b. top pipe d. lowering pipe 50. Who among below are exempted from pre-licensing training. a. AFP and PNP veterans c. AFP and PNP retirees b. Graduates of ROTC basic or advance d. all of the above 51. Tenure of security personnel is based ona. tenure provided by the labor law b. labor only contracting between the agency and the guard c. the service contract between the agency and the client d. can be extended by the client 52. Before private security agencies render security services to its clients, there must be a contract that must bind them calleda. Security service contract c. Contract service b. Security contact d. Contract service

FINAL EXAM 53. Which below is a qualification for the operator or manager of security agency? a. Filipino Citizen b. At least 25 years of age c. Commissioned officer, inactive or retired from AFP or PNP or a graduate of Industrial Security Management with adequate training and experience in the security business d. all of them 54. A security force maintained and operated by any private company\corporation for its own security requirements only. a. Private Security Agency c. Company Security Force b. Government Security Unit d. Insular Security force 55. A person who offers or renders personal services to watch or secure a residence or business establishment or both isa. security guard c. a and b b. watchman d. a only 56. Includes all the security measures designed to prevent unsuitable individuals or person of doubtful loyalty to the government, from gaining access to classified matter or to any security facility, and to prevent appointment, or retention as employees of such individuals. a. Personnel security c. Security personnel b. Employee security d. both a and c 57. It is an inquiry into the character, reputation, discretion and loyalty of individual in order to determine a person’s suitability to be given security clearance. a. PSI b. NAC c. LAC d. BI 58. Consist of the investigation of the background of an individual but limited only to some of the circumstances of his personal life which are deemed pertinent to the investigation. a. BI b. CBI c. PBI d. PSI 60. A through and complete investigation of all or some of the circumstances or aspects of a person’s life is conducted. a. BI b. CBI c. PBI d. PSI 61. Factors considered in background investigation, excepta. loyalty c. character b. Personal Prestige d. Integrity 62. Motives that cause people to be disloyal. a. reputation c. revenge b. Moral d. character 63. Weaknesses that makes people susceptible to pressure. a. Close relative in foreign lands c. Jealousy b. Weakness of character d. all of them 64. A security unit maintained and operated by any government entity. a. Private Security Agency c. Company Security Force b. Government Security Unit d. Insular Security force 65. Consist of the investigation of the background of a person, particularly all the circumstances of hi9s personal life. a. BI b. CBI c. PBI d. PSI 66. Any person, association, partnership, firm or private corporation, who contracts, recruits, trains, furnishes or post any security guard, to do its functions. a. Private Security Agency c. Company Security Force b. Government Security Unit d. Insular Security force 67. Shall be responsible to the Detachment Commander as far as his shift is concerned. a. Assistant Detachment Commander c. Shift-in-charge b. Security Guard on Duty d. Officer-in-charge 68. Before a security guard can practice his profession; he shall possess valid security license. a. Security guard license c. License to operate b. Drivers license d. Firearms license 69. How many firearms issued for every two guards employed to the security agency as authorized by law. a. one b. two c. three d. four 70. Firearms of security agency should be covered with firearms license issued by the PNP through its Firearms Explosive Division under the Civil Security Group, renewable everya. One year b. Two years c. Three years d. Four years

FINAL EXAM 71. That aspect of security which involves the application of security measures for the protection and safeguarding of classified information. a. document security c. information security b. personnel security d. Top Secret 72. Refers to assign information by one of the four classification categories. a. Security clearance c. Classified b. Declassify d. Reclassify 73. Refers to the administrative determination that an individual is eligible for access to classified matter. a. Security clearance c. Classified b. Declassify d. Reclassify 74. Means lose of security, which results from an authorized persons obtaining knowledge of classified matter. a. Compromise c. Criticality b. Probability d. Vulnerability 75. These are information and material, the unauthorized disclosure of which would cause exceptional grave damage to the nation, politically, economically or from a security aspect. This category is reserve for the nation’s closet secret and is to be used with great reserve. a. Top Secret matters c. Secret matters b. Confidential matters d. Restricted matters 76. These information and material, the authorized disclosure of which would endanger national security, cause serious injury to the interest or prestige of the nation or of any governmental activity or would be of great advantage to a foreign nation. a. Top Secret matters c. Secret matters b. Confidential matters d. Restricted matters 77. These information and material, the authorized disclosure of which, while not endangering the national security, would be prejudicial to the interest or prestige of the nation or any government activity, or would cause administrative embarrassment or unwarranted injury to an individual or would be of the advantage to a foreign nation. a. Top Secret matters c. Secret matters b. Confidential matters d. Restricted matters 78. It is information that in some special way relates to the status or activities of the possessor and over which the possessor asserts ownership. a. Proprietary information c. Trade Secret b. Patents d. Transmission security 79. It maybe a formula for a chemical compounds a process of manufacturing, treating or preserving materials, a pattern for machine or device, or a list of customers. a. Proprietary information c. Trade Secret b. Patents d. Transmission security 80. It is the protection resulting from the application of various measures which prevent or delay the enemy or unauthorized persons in gaining information through our communications. a. Communication Security c. Transmission Security b. Cryptographic Security d. all of the above 81. Is that component of communication security which results from the provisions of technically sound crypto-system and their proper use. a. Communication Security c. Transmission Security b. Cryptographic Security d. all of the above 82. A system which uses words as the smallest element. a. Cipher c. Code b. Concealment d. Transposition System 83. A system that manipulate one, two or three characters at a time. a. Cipher c. Code b. Concealment d. Transposition System 84. It is the potential damage or loss of an asset. a. Criticality c. Risk b. Security hazard d. Adversary 85. It is the impact of a loss as measured in financial terms. a. Criticality c. Risk b. Security hazard d. Adversary 86. Eliminating or removing the risk totally from the business, government, or industrial environment for which the risk manager has responsibility. a. Risk Reduction c. Risk Spreading b. Risk Avoidance d. Risk Self-assumption

FINAL EXAM 87. It is an act of spying. a. Sabotage c. Espionage b. Pilferer d. Saboteur 88. It is one of the most annoying and common human hazards which security has to deal with. a. Pilferage c. Casual Pilferage b. Systematic Pilferage d. none of the above 89. One who steals with preconceived plans and takes always any or all types of items or supplies for economic gain. a. Pilferage c. Casual Pilferage b. Systematic Pilferage d. none of the above 90. What date that Republic Act 5487 or the private Security Agency Law was passed a. June 31, 1969 c. June 13, 1969 b. June 7, 2009 d. June 13. 1999 91. A natural hazards or act of God. a. Force majeure c. Phenomenon b. Disaster d. Calamity 92. A restricted area where visitors are limited in movement and are usually escorted. a. Protected Area c. Limited area b. Restricted area d. Exclusive area 93. A structure placed above a vertical fence to increase protection from intruder. a. Top guard c. Clear zone b. Tower guard d. Guard house 94. A conference similar to entrance conference, this is only done after the completion of security survey. a. Exit conference c. Briefing b. Debriefing d. Entrance conference 95. It is the lost that would be sustained if a given target or combination of target where totally removed, destroyed or both. a. Possible Maximum Loss c. Probable Maximum loss b. Risk Transfer d. Risk Reduction 96. Refers to the amount of loss a target would be likely to sustain through, e.g. robbery, theft and so on. a. Possible Maximum Loss c. Probable Maximum loss b. Risk Transfer d. Risk Reduction 97. A term used in England for lock pickers, safe crackers and penetrators of restricted rooms or area. a. Peterman c. Peter pan b. Batman d. Superman 98. The badge or pass coded for authorization to enter specific areas is issued to an employee who keeps it in his possession until his authorization is terminates. a. Multiple pass system c. Pass exchange system b. single pass system d. Pass system 99. Company owned alarm systems with a unit in the nearest police station so that in case of need, direct call is possible. a. Central Station System c. Proprietary System b. Local alarm system d. Auxiliary alarm 100. This system consists of ringing up a visual or audible alarm system near the subject to be protected. a. Central Station System c. Proprietary System b. Local alarm system d. Auxiliary alarm


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