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Juniper Exam JN0-1302 Topic 2 Question 68 Discussion

Actual exam question for Juniper's JN0-1302 exam
Question #: 68
Topic #: 2
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You are performing a risk assessment on your new data center. You must determine the annual loss expectancy.

Which two calculations must you use in this scenario? (Choose two.)

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Suggested Answer: A, B

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Becky
5 days ago
I think annual rate of occurrence is also important to determine the annual loss expectancy.
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Kati
8 days ago
I believe we should also consider asset value for the second calculation.
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Felice
12 days ago
I agree with single loss expectancy is crucial in this scenario.
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Dorathy
13 days ago
I think we should use single loss expectancy for one calculation.
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Trina
1 months ago
Hmm, I'm not so sure about that. I think we need to consider the annual rate of occurrence as well. Shouldn't we be looking at the likelihood of the risk happening in addition to the potential impact?
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Ora
1 months ago
No kidding, I'm already feeling the stress just looking at this question. Let's see, we need to choose two out of those four options. I'm going to guess B and D, since those seem the most directly related to calculating the loss expectancy.
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Filiberto
1 months ago
Haha, good one! But yeah, I'm with you. Those two calculations seem like the most logical choices. I'm just hoping I can remember the formulas under pressure. Anyone else feeling like they need to do a little more last-minute cramming?
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Karl
1 months ago
Exposure factor? More like 'exposure panic'! Am I right, guys? *laughs* But seriously, I think you're on the right track. Single loss expectancy and annual rate of occurrence are the way to go.
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Dominque
1 months ago
I agree with you there. And asset value is obviously important too, since it's the potential impact of a loss. Though I have to say, exposure factor sounds a bit like a wild card to me. I'm not as confident about that one.
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Pamela
1 months ago
Whoa, this annual loss expectancy calculation sounds like a real doozy! I hope the exam doesn't have too many of these brain-busters.
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Carin
1 months ago
Alright, let's think this through step-by-step. Single loss expectancy and annual rate of occurrence are definitely key components of the annual loss expectancy calculation, so those are my top picks.
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Delmy
1 months ago
Yeah, me too. I mean, we've been studying this stuff for weeks, but you never know what kind of curveball the exam is going to throw at us. I'm just hoping I can remember all the formulas and definitions.
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Jenelle
1 months ago
Ah, the classic annual loss expectancy question! This is definitely a tricky one. I'm feeling a bit nervous, to be honest. The options seem pretty straightforward, but I want to make sure I really understand the concepts before I answer.
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