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An offsite information processing facility:

A.
should have the same amount of physical access restrictions as the primary processing site.

B.
should be easily identified from the outside so that, in the event of an emergency, it can be easily
found.

C.
should be located in proximity to the originating site, so it can quickly be made operational.

D.
need not have the same level of environmental monitoring as the originating site.

Explanation:
An offsite information processing facility should have the same amount of physical control as the
originating site. It should not be easily identified from the outside to prevent intentional sabotage.
The offsite facility should not be subject to the same natural disaster that could affect the originating
site and thus should not be located in proximity of the original site. The offsite facility should possess
the same level of environmental monitoring and control as the originating site.

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