Real UN Test Samples for UN Security Officer FS-4, FS-5, FS-6

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1. An assessment of the level to which the UN has implemented effective measures to lower the likelihood of the event occurring:

a. Mitigation Vulnerability Assessment

b. Programme Assessment

c. Prevention Vulnerability Assessment

d. Threat Assessment

2. The systematic determination and implementation of timely and effective approaches for managing the effects of to the United Nations.

a. Situation Analysis

b. Security Risk Management (SRM)

c. Programme critically Assessment

d. General Threat Assessment

3. The United Nations Systems Chief Executives Board for coordination (CEB) is chaired by:

a. The Secretary General

b. The Designated Official for Security

c. The Under Secretary-General for Safety and Security

d. The Executive Head of UN System Organization

4. Under normal circumstances, it is mandatory for United Nations system personnel and eligible family members to obtain security clearance for all travels, official and personal, regardless of location, and they cannot commence official travel without obtaining it.

a. True

b. False

5. Should United Nations personnel, or other individuals covered, be taken hostage, it is the responsibility of the ____________ . Who, in accordance with the Framework of Accountability of the United Nations Security Management System, is the key person in the security arrangements at the duty station, to take all necessary actions on behalf of the Organization to secure the speedy and safe release of the hostage(s).

a. The Under-Secretary-General for Safety and Security

b. The Executive Head of UN System Organization

c. The Secretary-General

d. The Designated Official for Security.

6. The four main strategies for managing risk are:

a. Refuse; Regulate; Escape: Transfer

b. Accept, Regulate; Escape; Transfer

c. Accept: Control; Avoid; Escape

d. Accept: Control: Avoid; Transfer

7. The process by which one identifies and assesses those actors and actions in the geographical area that may potentially cause harm to the United Nations system.

a. Threat Assessment

b. Programme Assessment

c. Security Risk Assessment

d. Situational Analysis

8. Accountable to the Secretary-General, through the Under-Secretary-General for Safety and Security, and is responsible for the security of United Nations personnel, premises and assets throughout the country or designated area:

a. The Under-Secretary-General for Safety and Security

b. The Executive Head of UN System Organization

c. The Designated Official for Security

d. The Secretary-General

9. Security systems for premises are based on the effective use of the principle of “Four Ds”:

a. Deter; Detect; Delay; Deny

b. Deter; Detect; Delay; Damage

c. Deter; Divert; Delay: Deny

d. Deter; Detect; Destroy; Deny

10. Security professionals hired by organizations of the UNSMS to advise their respective organizations and to be responsible for the security aspects of activities which are specific to their organizations.

a. Security Focal Point

b. Single-Agency Security Officers

c. Local Security Assistant

d. Chief Security Adviser

11. A rating of the assessed potential for a harmful event to effect the Organization is (i) ___________ . A rating of the assessed potential harm that an event would have (fit were to occur) on the Organization is (ii) __________ . A weakness that can allow a threat or hazard to cause harm is (iii) ______________ .

a. (i) Likelihood — (ii) Intent – (iii) Capability

b. (i) Impact — (ii) Likelihood — (iii) Vulnerability

c. (i) Likelihood — (ii) impact – (it) Vulnerability

d. (i) Impact — (ii) Likelihood — (iii) Capability