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The correct answer is C.

OBJ-1.1: In most cases, you will be unable to remove all risks. Instead, it would be best to mitigate the risk to a low enough level to accept the residual risk. Removing the controls would add to the risk, which is a bad course of action to select. Ignoring the remaining risk is unacceptable; instead, you should acknowledge what risk remains and accept it if it is low enough. If it is not low enough, you should continue to mitigate the risk by adding additional control measures. It is unlikely you will ever be able to get all risk down to zero, but mitigating to a lower level and then accepting the residual risk is a common industry practice.

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