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Ensure Compliance

  • Compute Environment Concerns Comprehension: The considerations for this area include the determination of which compute environment is relevant based on the compliance standards of a company. Also, a potential candidate should have some knowledge of security constraints and guarantees for each of the computing environments.
  • Regulatory Concerns Comprehension: The test takers should be able to evaluate the concerns related to network, data, and compute and be skillful enough to limit data and compute for regulatory compliance. They also need to have an understanding of the shared responsibility model for security and security guarantees in a Cloud execution environment;

Configure Network Security

  • Private Connectivity Establishment: The consideration for this topic includes enabling private connectivity between Google APIs and VPC as well as private RFC 1918 connectivity between Google Cloud Projects & VPC networks and between VPC network & data centers.
  • Network Security Design: The test takers will be required to demonstrate an understanding of security properties of VPC networks, shared VPC, firewall rules, and VPC peering. This objective also measures their skills in using DNSSEC, security policy for app-to-app, and network isolation & data encapsulation for N-tier application design;
  • Network Segmentation Configuration: This part evaluates one’s competence in network perimeter controls, and load balancing, including global, SSL proxy, network, TCP load balancer, and HTTP(S);

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What are the prerequisites for Google Professional Cloud Security Engineer Exam

  • Recommended Experience: Google recommends that applicants have more than three years of industry experience, including more than one year in designing, managing, and protecting GCP-based solutions.

  • Prerequisites: None

Google Cloud Certified - Professional Cloud Security Engineer Exam Sample Questions (Q12-Q17):

NEW QUESTION # 12
You need to implement an encryption-at-rest strategy that protects sensitive data and reduces key management complexity for non-sensitive data. Your solution has the following requirements:
* Schedule key rotation for sensitive data.
* Control which region the encryption keys for sensitive data are stored in.
* Minimize the latency to access encryption keys for both sensitive and non-sensitive data.
What should you do?

  • A. Encrypt non-sensitive data with Google default encryption, and encrypt sensitive data with Cloud Key Management Service.
  • B. Encrypt non-sensitive data with Google default encryption, and encrypt sensitive data with Cloud External Key Manager.
  • C. Encrypt non-sensitive data and sensitive data with Cloud External Key Manager.
  • D. Encrypt non-sensitive data and sensitive data with Cloud Key Management Service.

Answer: A

Explanation:
Explanation
Google uses a common cryptographic library, Tink, which incorporates our FIPS 140-2 Level 1 validated module, BoringCrypto, to implement encryption consistently across almost all Google Cloud products. To provideflexibility of controlling the key residency and rotation schedule, use google provided key for non-sensitive and encrypt sensitive data with Cloud Key Management Service


NEW QUESTION # 13
You are part of a security team investigating a compromised service account key. You need to audit which new resources were created by the service account.
What should you do?

  • A. Query Admin Activity logs.
  • B. Query Access Transparency logs.
  • C. Query Data Access logs.
  • D. Query Stackdriver Monitoring Workspace.

Answer: C

Explanation:
https://cloud.google.com/iam/docs/audit-logging/examples-service-accounts


NEW QUESTION # 14
A customer deploys an application to App Engine and needs to check for Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) vulnerabilities.
Which service should be used to accomplish this?

  • A. Cloud Security Scanner
  • B. Cloud Armor
  • C. Forseti Security
  • D. Google Cloud Audit Logs

Answer: A


NEW QUESTION # 15
A customer has an analytics workload running on Compute Engine that should have limited internet access.
Your team created an egress firewall rule to deny (priority 1000) all traffic to the internet.
The Compute Engine instances now need to reach out to the public repository to get security updates. What should your team do?

  • A. Create an egress firewall rule to allow traffic to the CIDR range of the repository with a priority less than 1000.
  • B. Create an egress firewall rule to allow traffic to the hostname of the repository with a priority less than 1000.
  • C. Create an egress firewall rule to allow traffic to the CIDR range of the repository with a priority greater than 1000.
  • D. Create an egress firewall rule to allow traffic to the hostname of the repository with a priority greater than 1000.

Answer: D


NEW QUESTION # 16
An organization adopts Google Cloud Platform (GCP) for application hosting services and needs guidance on setting up password requirements for their Cloud Identity account. The organization has a password policy requirement that corporate employee passwords must have a minimum number of characters.
Which Cloud Identity password guidelines can the organization use to inform their new requirements?

  • A. Set the minimum length for passwords to be 12 characters.
  • B. Set the minimum length for passwords to be 10 characters.
  • C. Set the minimum length for passwords to be 6 characters.
  • D. Set the minimum length for passwords to be 8 characters.

Answer: D

Explanation:
Explanation
Default password length is 8 characters. https://support.google.com/cloudidentity/answer/33319?hl=en
https://support.google.com/cloudidentity/answer/139399?hl=en#:~:text=It%20can%20be%20between%208,deci


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