Q1. Basic cloud security can be achieved by implementing native cloud security tools.
What problem might occur if customers rely solely on these tools?
The tools are too expensive.
The tools interfere with Wi-Fi applications.
The tools are often too complex to be correctly implemented by the customer.
The tools may have limitations customers are not aware of.
Q2. Which three cloud service vendors does the Fortinet Security Fabric integrate with? (Choose three.)
Select one or more:
Q3. What is cloud computing?
A collection of computers interconnected through virtual private networks.
The practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage, and process data.
The practice of using in-house servers with high speed Internet links.
The practice of connecting various computers and other network devices together using hubs, switches, and routers.
Q4. When a customer’s data and services are moved to the cloud, who is ultimately responsible for the security of the data?
The cloud provider
The Internet service provider
The device provider
Q5. What was the technology that made cloud computing possible?
Q6. What is SaaS?
What is SaaS?
A type of mainframe computing
A security solution for cloud computing
A type of cloud computing providing a virtualized infrastructure
A virtualized application environment in the cloud
Q7. What drove organizations to move from the traditional network architecture to the cloud?
The cloud allows you to move data centers and other services to a third-party network.
The cloud allows for potential cost savings, and moves costs from capital to operational budgets.
The cloud can double the throughput of network devices.
The cloud can make network security more complicated.