The correct answer is C.
OBJ-3.2: Measured boot is a feature where a log of all boot actions is taken and stored in a trusted platform module for later retrieval and analysis by anti-malware software on a remote server. Master boot record analysis is used to capture the hard disk’s required information to support a forensic investigation. It would not detect malware during the system’s boot-up process. Startup control would be used to determine which programs will be loaded when the operating system is initially booted, but this would be too late to detect malware loaded during the pre-startup and boot process. Advanced anti-malware solutions are programs that are loaded within the operating system. Therefore, they are loaded too late in the startup process to be effective against malicious boot sector viruses and other BIOS/UEFI malware variants.