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The correct answer is C.

OBJ-5.1: A data owner is responsible for the confidentiality, integrity, availability, and privacy of information assets. They are usually senior executives and somebody with authority and responsibility. A data owner is responsible for labeling the asset and ensuring that it is protected with appropriate controls. The data owner typically selects the data steward and data custodian and has the authority to direct their actions, budgets, and resource allocations. The data steward is primarily responsible for data quality. This involves ensuring data are labeled and identified with appropriate metadata. That data is collected and stored in a format and with values that comply with applicable laws and regulations. The data custodian is the role that handles managing the system on which the data assets are stored. This includes responsibility for enforcing access control, encryption, and backup/recovery measures. The privacy officer is responsible for oversight of any PII/SPI/PHI assets managed by the company.

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