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Ensuring the uninterrupted flow of information' describes which key communications and information systems principle? A. Resilience and Redundancy B. Security C. Interoperability D. Reliability, Scalability, and Portability
Ensuring the uninterrupted flow of information' describes Resilience and Redundancy communications and information systems principle.
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Access to sensitive or restricted information is controlled describes which of the key communications and information systems principles? A. Security B. Reliability, Scalability, and Portability C. Resilience and Redundancy D. Interoperability
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