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Your team needs to make sure that a Compute Engine instance does not have access to the internet or to any Google APIs or services. Which two settings must remain disabled to meet these requirements? (Choose two.)

  1. Public IP
  2. IP Forwarding
  3. Private Google Access
  4. Static routes
  5. IAM Network User Role

Answer(s): C,D


Reference:

https://cloud.google.com/vpc/docs/configure-private-google-access



A company is backing up application logs to a Cloud Storage bucket shared with both analysts and the administrator. Analysts should only have access to logs that do not contain any personally identifiable information (PII). Log files containing PII should be stored in another bucket that is only accessible by the administrator. What should you do?

  1. Use Cloud Pub/Sub and Cloud Functions to trigger a Data Loss Prevention scan every time a file is uploaded to the shared bucket. If the scan detects PII, have the function move into a Cloud Storage bucket only accessible by the administrator.
  2. Upload the logs to both the shared bucket and the bucket only accessible by the administrator. Create a job trigger using the Cloud Data Loss Prevention API. Configure the trigger to delete any files from the shared bucket that contain PII.
  3. On the bucket shared with both the analysts and the administrator, configure Object Lifecycle Management to delete objects that contain any PII.
  4. On the bucket shared with both the analysts and the administrator, configure a Cloud Storage Trigger that is only triggered when PII data is uploaded. Use Cloud Functions to capture the trigger and delete such files.

Answer(s): C



You want data on Compute Engine disks to be encrypted at rest with keys managed by Cloud Key Management Service (KMS). Cloud Identity and Access Management (IAM) permissions to these keys must be managed in a grouped way because the permissions should be the same for all keys.
What should you do?

  1. Create a single KeyRing for all persistent disks and all Keys in this KeyRing. Manage the IAM permissions at the Key level.
  2. Create a single KeyRing for all persistent disks and all Keys in this KeyRing. Manage the IAM permissions at the KeyRing level.
  3. Create a KeyRing per persistent disk, with each KeyRing containing a single Key. Manage the IAM permissions at the Key level.
  4. Create a KeyRing per persistent disk, with each KeyRing containing a single Key. Manage the IAM permissions at the KeyRing level.

Answer(s): C



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?

  1. Create an egress firewall rule to allow traffic to the CIDR range of the repository with a priority greater than 1000.
  2. Create an egress firewall rule to allow traffic to the CIDR range of the repository with a priority less than 1000.
  3. Create an egress firewall rule to allow traffic to the hostname of the repository with a priority greater than 1000.
  4. Create an egress firewall rule to allow traffic to the hostname of the repository with a priority less than 1000.

Answer(s): C



In an effort for your company messaging app to comply with FIPS 140-2, a decision was made to use GCP compute and network services. The messaging app architecture includes a Managed Instance Group (MIG) that controls a cluster of Compute Engine instances. The instances use Local SSDs for data caching and UDP for instance-to-instance communications. The app development team is willing to make any changes necessary to comply with the standard.
Which options should you recommend to meet the requirements?

  1. Encrypt all cache storage and VM-to-VM communication using the BoringCrypto module.
  2. Set Disk Encryption on the Instance Template used by the MIG to customer-managed key and use BoringSSL for all data transit between instances.
  3. Change the app instance-to-instance communications from UDP to TCP and enable BoringSSL on clients' TLS connections.
  4. Set Disk Encryption on the Instance Template used by the MIG to Google-managed Key and use BoringSSL library on all instance-to-instance communications.

Answer(s): D