What is a risk associated with attempting to control physical access to sensitive areas such as
computer rooms using card keys or locks?
Unauthorized individuals wait for controlled doors to open and walk in behind those authorized.
The contingency plan for the organization cannot effectively test controlled access practices.
Access cards, keys and pads can be easily duplicated allowing easy compromise of the control.
Removing access for those who are no longer authorized is complex.
The concept of piggybacking compromises all physical control established. Choice B would be of
minimal concern in a disaster recovery environment. Items in choice C are not easily duplicated.
Regarding choice D, while technology is constantly changing, card keys have existed for some time
and appear to be a viable option for the foreseeable future.