This course contain 3 Practice tests for Google Professional Cloud Security Engineer exam. A Professional Cloud Security Engineer enables organisations to design and implement a secure infrastructure on Google Cloud Platform. Through an understanding of security best practices and industry security requirements, this individual designs, develops, and manages a secure infrastructure leveraging Google security technologies.
Google Cloud -Professional Cloud Security Engineer Certification Summary
50 questions to be answered in 2 hours.
It covers a wide range of Google Cloud services mainly focusing on security and network services
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A Cloud Security Engineer enables organizations to design and implement secure workloads and infrastructure on Google Cloud. Through an understanding of security best practices and industry security requirements, this individual designs, develops, and manages a secure infrastructure leveraging Google security technologies. The Cloud Security Engineer should be proficient in all aspects of cloud Security including identity and access management, defining organizational structure and policies, using Google technologies to provide data protection, configuring network security defenses, collecting and analyzing Google Cloud logs, managing incident responses, and demonstrating an understanding of the application of dynamic regulatory considerations.
The Professional Cloud Security Engineer exam assesses your ability to:
Configure access within a cloud solution environment
Configure network security
Ensure data protection
Manage operations within a cloud solution environment
Detailed exam topics find below.
Configuring access within a cloud solution environment
Configuring Cloud Identity.
Managing user accounts
Managing service accounts
Managing and implementing authorization controls
Defining resource hierarchy
Configuring network security
Designing network security
Configuring network segmentation
Establish private connectivity
Ensuring data protection
Preventing data loss with the DLP API
Managing encryption at rest
Configuring and enforcing two-factor authentication
Managing operations within a cloud solution environment
Building and deploying infrastructure
Building and deploying applications
Monitoring for security events
Comprehension of regulatory concerns
Comprehension of compute environment concerns