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    Default Practice test question (#2)

    Definition: "The prudent man rule is often applied to the process of due care, a legal liability concept that defines the MINIMUM level of info protection a business must achieve"

    Question: What is an industry standard that a business should strive to meet or exceed.
    A best practice
    B due diligence
    C the prudent man rule
    D due care

    The answer is NOT C. Considering the above definition, I find it crazy that C is not the right answer.

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    A. best practice

    It's as simple as that........
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    Yea, the prudent man rule is not an industry standard. I got hung up on the word "meet" and thought if you barely meet expectations, you only did the minimum.
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    Due diligence and due care aren't standards but more of acts or processes. Prudent man is not a standard either. So best practice is really the only one that fits the definition in my opinion.
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