Testing for Strong Controls

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Q: ISACA refers to testing for strong controls. What is the best description of a strong control?

a. Effective implementation of multiple controls targeting the same objective

b. Preventative controls that stop the problem from ever occurring

c. Using at least one control in each of the three categories of preventative, detective, corrective

d. Implementing comprehensive pervasive controls inside of an ERP application

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