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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What is AP7004?

    • A.

      Air publication for information management of air

    • B.

      Air publication for Information management

    • C.

      Air publication for general management

    • D.

      Air publication for Information exploitation 

    Correct Answer
    A. Air publication for information management of air
  • 2. 

    Management of information is made up of?

    • A.

      Information management

    • B.

      Information exploitation

    • C.

      Information governance

    • D.

      Information assurance

    • E.

      Information Damage

    • F.

      Information Power

    • G.

      Information provider

    • H.

      Information technology

    • I.

      Information systems

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Information management
    B. Information exploitation
    C. Information governance
    D. Information assurance
    Explanation
    The management of information is made up of various components, including information management, information exploitation, information governance, and information assurance. These components involve different aspects of handling and utilizing information effectively and securely. Information management focuses on the overall process of organizing, storing, and retrieving information. Information exploitation involves using information to gain insights and make informed decisions. Information governance refers to the policies and procedures for managing information within an organization. Information assurance involves ensuring the security, integrity, and availability of information.

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  • 3. 

    What are the four information management principles?

    • A.

      Data

    • B.

      Information

    • C.

      Knowledge 

    • D.

      Wisdom

    • E.

      Power

    • F.

      Records

    • G.

      Cloud

    • H.

      Skill

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Data
    B. Information
    C. Knowledge 
    D. Wisdom
    Explanation
    The four information management principles are data, information, knowledge, and wisdom. These principles represent different levels of understanding and utilization of information. Data refers to raw facts and figures, while information is processed and organized data that provides meaning and context. Knowledge is the application of information to solve problems or make decisions, and wisdom is the ability to use knowledge wisely and ethically. These principles build upon each other, with data forming the foundation and wisdom representing the highest level of understanding and insight.

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  • 4. 

    which legal acts govern the handling of information in the UK?

    • A.

      Data Protection Act

    • B.

      Freedom of Information Act

    • C.

      Public Records Act

    • D.

      Official Secrets Act 

    • E.

      Regulation of Investigatory powers Act

    • F.

      Information management Act

    • G.

      Data Knowledge Act

    • H.

      Freedom of records Act

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Data Protection Act
    B. Freedom of Information Act
    C. Public Records Act
    D. Official Secrets Act 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Data Protection Act, Freedom of Information Act, Public Records Act, and Official Secrets Act. These legal acts govern the handling of information in the UK. The Data Protection Act ensures that personal data is processed fairly and lawfully. The Freedom of Information Act provides the right to access information held by public authorities. The Public Records Act regulates the management and preservation of public records. The Official Secrets Act protects national security by criminalizing unauthorized disclosure of sensitive information.

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  • 5. 

    What is JSP 441?

    • A.

      JSP for information management

    • B.

      JSP for Information management in an air environment

    • C.

      JSP for Information assurance

    • D.

      JSP for Infomation gathering

    Correct Answer
    A. JSP for information management
    Explanation
    JSP 441 refers to the Joint Service Publication for information management. This publication provides guidelines and standards for managing information in an air environment. It covers various aspects of information management, including information assurance and gathering. It is a comprehensive framework that helps ensure effective and secure information management practices in the air domain.

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  • 6. 

    What is Metadata?

    • A.

      Data about data

    • B.

      Data about information

    • C.

      Data about records

    • D.

      Data about metadata

    Correct Answer
    A. Data about data
    Explanation
    Metadata refers to data that provides information about other data. It describes various attributes of the data, such as its format, structure, location, and meaning. In this context, "data about data" accurately defines metadata as it highlights the concept of using data to describe and provide context for other data. This additional information helps in understanding and managing the underlying data more effectively.

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  • 7. 

    Mods policy on information is that it should be:

    • A.

      Legally held and used

    • B.

      Correctly labelled and stored

    • C.

      Readily available in a helpful format to those who should have access to it

    • D.

      Securely protected from those who should not have access to it

    • E.

      Preserved for an appropriate period of time

    • F.

      Monitored and audited when required

    • G.

      Easy to access 

    • H.

      Ready to use by anyone

    • I.

      Easy to edit

    • J.

      Easy to delete/remove

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Legally held and used
    B. Correctly labelled and stored
    C. Readily available in a helpful format to those who should have access to it
    D. Securely protected from those who should not have access to it
    E. Preserved for an appropriate period of time
    Explanation
    The correct answer includes the key principles of the mods policy on information. It states that information should be legally held and used, correctly labelled and stored, readily available to those who should have access to it, securely protected from unauthorized access, and preserved for an appropriate period of time. This ensures that the information is handled in a compliant, organized, and secure manner, while also being available and accessible to the relevant individuals.

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  • 8. 

    What are the classifications and descriptors in use?

    • A.

      Official

    • B.

      Official sensitive

    • C.

      Secret

    • D.

      Top Secret

    • E.

      Personal

    • F.

      Commercial

    • G.

      Locsen

    • H.

      Confidential

    • I.

      Company

    • J.

      Colsec

    • K.

      Group

    • L.

      Partial

    • M.

      Sensitive

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Official
    B. Official sensitive
    C. Secret
    D. Top Secret
    E. Personal
    F. Commercial
    G. Locsen
    Explanation
    The classifications and descriptors in use are Official, Official sensitive, Secret, Top Secret, Personal, Commercial, Locsen.

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  • 9. 

    What are some examples of Metadata?

    • A.

      Location

    • B.

      Author

    • C.

      Weather conditions

    • D.

      Time of day

    • E.

      Data

    • F.

      File Contents

    • G.

      Amount of people

    • H.

      Password

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Location
    B. Author
    C. Weather conditions
    D. Time of day
    Explanation
    Metadata refers to data that provides information about other data. In this case, the examples given (Location, Author, Weather conditions, Time of day) are all types of metadata. Location metadata can provide information about where the data was collected or generated. Author metadata can indicate who created or is responsible for the data. Weather conditions metadata can describe the weather conditions at the time the data was collected. Time of day metadata can specify the time when the data was recorded. These examples demonstrate different types of information that can be associated with data to provide context and additional details.

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  • 10. 

    What is the definition of a record?

    • A.

      A finished log of data that tells a story or has long or short term value to an organisation

    • B.

      A finished log of data that tells a story or has long term value to an organisation

    • C.

      A finished log of Information that tells a story or has long term value to an organisation

    • D.

      A finished log of infomation that tells a story or has short term value to an organisation

    Correct Answer
    A. A finished log of data that tells a story or has long or short term value to an organisation
    Explanation
    A record is defined as a finished log of data that tells a story or has long or short term value to an organization. This means that a record is a complete documentation of information that is either valuable for a long period of time or for a shorter period. It could be in the form of written documents, electronic files, or any other format that captures and preserves information relevant to the organization's operations or history.

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  • 11. 

    Examples of physical records?

    • A.

      Documents

    • B.

      CD’s

    • C.

      DVD’s

    • D.

      USB’s

    • E.

      Letters

    • F.

      PC files

    • G.

      Spoken information

    • H.

      File transfer through PC

    • I.

      Bluetooth

    • J.

      MODNET Documents

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Documents
    B. CD’s
    C. DVD’s
    D. USB’s
    E. Letters
    Explanation
    The examples listed in the answer are all physical records because they are tangible objects that can be touched and held. Documents, CDs, DVDs, USBs, and letters are all physical items that contain information and can be stored and accessed physically. They are different from digital records or electronic files, which are stored and accessed electronically.

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  • 12. 

    What are the factors that determine the need to close a registered file?

    • A.

      If the file is 1 inch thick

    • B.

      If it contains 100 enclosures

    • C.

      If the file has been opened for 5 years

    • D.

      If nothing has been added to the file for 1 year

    • E.

      Action on the subject has come to an end

    • F.

      If the file has been tampered with

    • G.

      If someone wants the file destroyed

    • H.

      If the file is dropped

    • I.

      If the folder isn't spoken about for 3 years

    • J.

      If the file starts with the letter "B"

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. If the file is 1 inch thick
    B. If it contains 100 enclosures
    C. If the file has been opened for 5 years
    D. If nothing has been added to the file for 1 year
    E. Action on the subject has come to an end
    Explanation
    The factors that determine the need to close a registered file are if the file is 1 inch thick, if it contains 100 enclosures, if the file has been opened for 5 years, if nothing has been added to the file for 1 year, and if action on the subject has come to an end. These factors indicate that the file has reached a point where it is no longer actively needed or relevant, and can be closed or archived.

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  • 13. 

    Examples of three places that store are physical information?

    • A.

      TNA,TNT,BDFL

    • B.

      TMT,TNT,BDFL

    • C.

      TMN,TNT,BDFL

    • D.

      TMA,TNT,BDFL

    Correct Answer
    A. TNA,TNT,BDFL
    Explanation
    The answer TNA, TNT, BDFL suggests that these three places store physical information. It implies that TNA, TNT, and BDFL are locations or entities where physical information is stored.

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  • 14. 

    What role is usually an authorized demander?

    • A.

      Usually ISA’s (CPL’s and SAC’s)

    • B.

      Usually ISA’s (CPL’s and SGT’s)

    • C.

      Usually ISO’s (CPL’s and SAC’s)

    • D.

      Usually ISO's (CPL’s and SGT’s)

    Correct Answer
    A. Usually ISA’s (CPL’s and SAC’s)
    Explanation
    The authorized demander in this context is usually an ISA (Intelligence Support Activity), CPL (Corporal), and SAC (Special Agent in Charge).

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  • 15. 

    Which IM position usually does the same jobs as an IHUB?

    • A.

      ISA

    • B.

      ISO

    • C.

      SIO

    • D.

      IMGR

    Correct Answer
    A. ISA
    Explanation
    The correct answer is ISA. ISA stands for Information Sharing and Analysis, which is a position that typically performs the same tasks as an IHUB. Both positions involve collecting, analyzing, and sharing information to enhance situational awareness and support decision-making. They also collaborate with various stakeholders to ensure the timely and accurate dissemination of information. Therefore, ISA is the IM position that usually does the same jobs as an IHUB.

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  • 16. 

     what is DEFNET?

    • A.

      MOD's private network

    • B.

      Defending Networks

    • C.

      Defending networks using Antivirus software

    • D.

      An intranet for Cypto purposes

    Correct Answer
    A. MOD's private network
    Explanation
    DEFNET refers to the Ministry of Defence's (MOD) private network. This network is exclusive to the MOD and is used for secure communication and information sharing within the organization. It is designed to protect sensitive data and defend against potential cyber threats. The network is likely to have strict access controls and encryption measures in place to ensure the confidentiality and integrity of the information transmitted over it.

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  • 17. 

    what is sharepoint?

    • A.

      A cloud-based information collaboration tool used for multiple purposes.

    • B.

      A server-based information collaboration tool used for website creation.

    • C.

      A cloud-based information collaboration tool used for website creation.

    • D.

      A server-based information collaboration tool used for multiple purposes.

    Correct Answer
    A. A cloud-based information collaboration tool used for multiple purposes.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "A cloud-based information collaboration tool used for multiple purposes." SharePoint is a cloud-based platform that allows users to collaborate and share information across teams and organizations. It can be used for various purposes such as document management, content management, team collaboration, and website creation. Being cloud-based, it offers flexibility and accessibility to users from anywhere and on any device.

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  • 18. 

    Sharepoint apps that are available? 

    • A.

      Document Library

    • B.

      Form Library

    • C.

      Wiki Page Library

    • D.

      Picture Library

    • E.

      Links

    • F.

      Announcements

    • G.

      File explorer

    • H.

      Internet

    • I.

      Browser

    • J.

      O365

    • K.

      Microsoft Word

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Document Library
    B. Form Library
    C. Wiki Page Library
    D. Picture Library
    E. Links
    F. Announcements
    Explanation
    The correct answer is a list of SharePoint apps that are available. These apps include Document Library, Form Library, Wiki Page Library, Picture Library, Links, and Announcements.

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  • 19. 

    Three types of versioning.

    • A.

      Non, major, major/minor

    • B.

      Small, Minor, major

    • C.

      Non major, major, minor

    • D.

      Minor, non minor, major

    Correct Answer
    A. Non, major, major/minor
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Non, major, major/minor." This answer correctly identifies the three types of versioning as non, major, and major/minor. The term "non" refers to a version that does not have any major changes or updates. "Major" refers to a version that includes significant changes or updates. "Major/minor" refers to a version that includes both major and minor changes or updates.

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  • 20. 

    What is information?

    • A.

      Data with meaning/context

    • B.

      Data without context/meaning

    • C.

      Data about data

    • D.

      Data about Information

    Correct Answer
    A. Data with meaning/context
    Explanation
    Information refers to data that has been processed and organized in a way that gives it meaning and context. It goes beyond raw data by providing insights, understanding, and knowledge. In this context, the correct answer is "Data with meaning/context" because information is derived from data when it is analyzed, interpreted, and presented in a meaningful way that allows for understanding and decision-making.

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  • 21. 

    Who owns all the information on a station?

    • A.

      SIO

    • B.

      IMGR

    • C.

      ISA

    • D.

      ISO

    Correct Answer
    A. SIO
    Explanation
    The correct answer is SIO. SIO stands for Scientific Information Office, which suggests that they are responsible for owning all the information on a station. This implies that SIO has the authority and control over the information and data collected and stored on the station.

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  • 22. 

    What would you do with a document after 90 days?

    • A.

      Nothing

    • B.

      Declare as record

    • C.

      Delete if not needed

    • D.

      Send to review board

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. Declare as record
    C. Delete if not needed
    Explanation
    After 90 days, the suggested actions for handling a document are to declare it as a record or delete it if it is no longer needed. This means that the document should either be officially recognized as a record for future reference or discarded if it serves no purpose. The option to send it to a review board is not mentioned as a possible action for the document after 90 days.

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