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Question 1: The identity method that is preferred for G-Suite customers:

  • Managed Google Play Account
  • Managed Google Account
  • EMM Enhanced Account
  • Gmail Account

Question 2: The following enrollment methods are supported with Android Enterprise:

  • NFC
  • QR Code
  • Zero-Touch
  • All of the above

Question 3: Restricting applications from communicating directly to each other is an example of what Android security principle:

  • Verified Boot
  • Safety Net
  • Application Sandboxing
  • Address Space Layout Randomization (ASLR)

Question 4: Google recommends which of the following methods to securely manage, deploy or host in-house company applications?

  • Sideloading
  • Android admin console
  • Zero Touch Portal
  • Managed Google Play Store

Question 5: Using Android Enterprise versus Device Admin (DA) is recommended for all deployments going forward because:

  • Device Admin API’s have been marked deprecated and will eventually not be supported
  • Device Admin API’s provided an outdated security model and management approach
  • Android Enterprise offers a modern management framework with enterprise APIs and secure app deployment via managed Google Play.
  • All of the above

Question 6: __________________ ensures key generation, key import, signing and verification services are kept separate from the OS.

  • Trusted Execution Environment (TEE)

Question 7: Android 8.0+ Includes ___________ To Not Allow Downgrading OS To An Older Less Secure Version Or Patch Level.

  • Rollback prevention

Question 8: ____________ Ensures Keys Created With A Newer OS Cannot Be Used By Older OS Versions.

  • Version binding

Question 9: Using A Pin + Hardware Key To Derive Encryption Keys Is Called ________________.

  • PIN verification process

Question 10: As It Pertains To Shared Device Use Cases, Support For _____________ Was Added In Android Pie (9.0) Kiosk Mode.

  • Work profile
  • Multiple containers
  • Multiple Apps
  • Multiple DPC’s

Question 11: Android Devices Utilize A __________, To Run Privileged Or Security-Sensitive Operations Such As PIN Verification, Secure Storage Of Encryption Keys And Verified Boot.

  • Tamper Resistant Zone
  • Trusted Encryption Zone
  • Secure Execution Environment
  • Trusted Execution Environment

Question 12: As Users Are The First Line Of Defense Against Any Mobile Threat, EMM’s Can Employ Policies That Can Force:

  • Verified Boot
  • Continuous SMS and call monitoring
  • Passphrase to recover lost email accounts
  • Strong PIN, pattern or password lock

Question 13: To Make Android Even Safer, Google Shares Source Code For Security Fixes Every ______ Days With Partners And Publish Updates For Nexus And Pixel Devices.

  • 90
  • 180
  • Dessert release
  • 30

Question 14: Google Play Protect Scans ___________ Apps That Are Installed Onto A Device:

  • Only Google Play store
  • Only sideloaded
  • Third party
  • All

Question 15: All Android OEM’s That Opt To Use Google Mobile Services (GMS) Must Adhere To A _________ And Successfully Pass ____________.

  • Compatibility Definition Document (CDD), Android Device Test
  • Compatibility Definition Document (CDD), Android Test Suite (ATS)
  • Compatibility Definition Document (CDD), Compatibility Test Suite (CTS)
  • Enterprise Recommended Document (ERD) and Compatibility Test Suite (CTS)

Question 16: Restricting Applications From Communicating Directly To Each Other Is An Example Of What Android Security Principle:

  • Verified Boot
  • Safety Net
  • Application Sandboxing
  • Address Space Layout Randomization (ASLR)

Question 17: Android Enterprise Recommended Ensures Devices Are Up To Date With Regular Security Patches Delivered Within _________. Android Enterprise Recommended Devices Are Also Guaranteed To Get At Least ______________.

  • 45 days, 2 additional major OS updates
  • 90 days, 1 additional major OS update
  • 60 days, 1 additional major OS update
  • 90 days, 2 additional major OS updates

Question 18: During the ____________ process, each bootstage cryptographically verifies the integrity and authenticity of the next stage before executing it.

  • Verified Boot
  • Kernel checking
  • Hashtagging
  • System check

Question 19: ___________ is a collection of Google applications and APIs that help support functionality across devices and a requirement for Android Enterprise.

  • Android Managed Services (AMS)
  • Android Compatibility Services (ACS)
  • Compatibility Test Suite (CTS)
  • Google Mobile Services (GMS)

Question 20: Google recommends which of the following methods to securely manage, deploy or host in-house company applications?

  • Sideloading
  • Android admin console
  • Zero Touch Portal
  • Managed Google Play

Question 21: What Are The Are Two Identities That Can Be Used With Android Enterprise?

  • Managed Google Play Account & Gmail
  • Managed EMM Account
  • G Suite or Cloud Identity account & Managed Google Play Account
  • Gmail & Managed Google Account

Question 22: How Many Managed Google Play Accounts Can A Customer Get For Free From Google For Use With Their EMM?

  • As many as needed
  • 5
  • 20
  • 35

Question 23: Please Select The Most Accurate Statement As It Pertains To Managed Google Play Accounts:

  • Managed Google Play accounts are quick and easy to claim and require organizations to register their actual name with Google
  • Managed Google Play accounts are easy to claim but require a 1 week approval period from Google
  • Managed Google Play accounts are quick and easy to attain obfuscated identities that can be claimed for as many users as needed
  • Manage Google Play accounts provide end users with identities that allows them to sign in to Google services such as G-Suite

Question 24: Managed Google Play Provides Organizations Complete Control Over App Visibility And Distribution By:

  • Allowing whitelisting and silent app push
  • Providing application user data to admins
  • Easy sideloading of select apps
  • Making full Google Play store available to all user

Question 25: Some Of The Advantages Of Hosting Private Apps On Managed Google Play Are:

  • Application scanning, delta upgrades, free app hosting
  • Security, cross platform application support and competitive pricing
  • Security, easy administration and being able to host apps from any platform
  • Hosting private apps on Google Play is not recommended

Question 26: Read the customer need and match them with the correct use state:

  • BYOD -> Saving the enterprise money is important, as is providing our employees privacy
  • Fully Managed, Personally Enabled -> Flexibility of using full decvice management with a work profile
  • Fully Managed -> Full control over apps and data on devices is most important
  • Dedicated Device -> Remote updates and a locked mode for specific tasks

Question 27: Match them with the correct use state:

  • Google Account -> User enters Google Account username & password. Availability: all versions the EMM support
  • Hashtag ID -> User or admin afw#<EMMcode>. Availability 6.0+
  • QR Code -> User or admin scans. Availability 7.0+
  • NFC -> Admin bump. Availability 5.1+ NFC support
  • Zero Touch Enrollment -> Device driven flow. Availability 7.0+ Pixel only, 8.0+ selected devices

Question 28: When Enrolling Devices Using The NFC Method, Organizations Can Use __________ To Transfer Configurations To A New Device:

  • Either a pre-programmed master device or NFC tag
  • A pre-programmed master device
  • Only a pre-programmed NFC tag
  • Android Enterprise does not support NFC enrollment

Question 29: Devices With A Work Profile Differentiate Work Apps From Personal Apps By A:

  • Badged hashtag
  • Badged dot
  • Badged star
  • Badged briefcase

Question 30: The following enrollment methods are supported with Android Enterprise:

  • NFC
  • QR Code
  • Zero-Touch
  • All of the above

Question 31: Using Android Enterprise Versus Device Admin (DA) Is Recommended For All Deployments Going Forward Because:

  • Device Admin API’s have been marked deprecated and will eventually not be supported
  • Device Admin API’s provided an outdated security model and management approach
  • Android Enterprise offers a modern management framework with enterprise APIs and secure app deployment via managed Google Play.
  • All of the above

Question 32: The newest enrollment method with the launch of  __________ is ___________:

  • Android 6.0, Managed Deployment
  • Androoid 9.0, Single Touch
  • Android 8.0, Zero Touch
  • Android 7.0, Easy Scale

Question 33: ________________  can add IMEI or serial numbers to the zero-touch portal.

  • End-Users
  • Resellers
  • Resellers and carrier partners
  • Customers

Question 34: What Is The Proper Method A User Should Follow In Order To Add A Work Profile To Their Personal Device?

  • Clear all personal data from device, download EMM app from Play Store, follow the setup wizard to complete.
  • Download EMM app from Google Play, enter corporate credentials, follow the setup wizard to complete.
  • Hard reset the device, send it into IT department for set up, retrieve device when ready.
  • Enroll device in Zero Touch portal, inform IT so they can configure, follow the setup wizard.

Question 35: In order to gain user buy in for work profiles, explain to users that IT cannot monitor ____________ . (select all that apply)

  • Call logs
  • Personal photos
  • Personal app installs
  • SMS

Question 36: True or false: During deployment planning, it is important to determine scope of testing and timelines for different stages of the deployment.

  • True
  • False

Question 37: _____________ establishes best practices and common requirements for devices and services, backed by a thorough testing process conducted by Google.

  • Zero-touch
  • Android Enterprise Recommended
  • Managed Google Play
  • Android Profiles

Question 38: Before Deploying Android In A No Connectivity Environment, You Should Strongly Consider:

  • Android Enterprise devices must be able to access the Managed Google Play store to get apps and updates, and Google Play Protect security services.
  • Android Enterprise devices require special permissions and policies to run in such environments
  • The devices running in these environments must be running Android Oreo (8.0) or higher
  • None of the above

Question 39: The Identity Method That Is Preferred For G-Suite Customers Is Referred To As:

  • Managed Google Play Account & Gmail
  • Managed Google Account
  • EMM Enhanced Account
  • Gmail

Question 40: The newest enrollment method with the launch of __________ is ___________:

  • Android P, Fast Touch
  • Android O, Zero Touch
  • Android N, Easy Scale
  • Android M, Managed Deployment

Question 41: The Android Open Source Software Stack Is Built On:

  • SELinux

Question 42:  __________________ Is A Standard For Enterprise Customers To Recognize Android Devices That Perform Against Enterprise-Grade Testing And Integrate With Enterprise-Focused Features. (Fill In The Blank)

  • Android Enterprise Recommended

Question 43:  Google Play Protect Includes: (Select All That Apply)

  • Real-time malware detection
  • Daily scan of apps on devices
  • Blocking of harmful apps

Question 44: Hardware-Backed Security Does Which Of The Following? (Select All That Apply)

  • Mitigates exploitation
  • Prevents brute force attacks
  • Protects the boot process
  • Keeps data safe from physical attacks

Question 45:

  • Managed Google Account -> Need to verify ownership of the domain
  • Managed Google Play Account -> Supports multiple EMMs in same organization
  • Managed Google Account -> Need a public facing IDP for SSO
  • Managed Google Account -> Additional steps required for API integration
  • Managed Google Play Account -> Automatically generates a random service account at enrollment
  • Managed Google Account -> Appropriate for G suite and Chrome OS customers
  • Managed Google Account -> Accounts from Google console must be manually pasted into EMM console
  • Managed Google Account -> It is not possible to bind your domain to more than one EMM
  • Managed Google Account -> Employees may have signed up for a Google Account using @mycompany.com email
  • Managed Google Play Account -> Register your organization in a few seconds from your EMM console
  • Managed Google Play Account -> No need to sign in, user never sees the actual account

Question 46: With Managed Google Play, You Can: (Select All That Apply)

  • Manage and configure apps
  • Host and publish internal apps
  • Distribute and purchase apps

Question 47: ‘Sideloading’ Is The #1 Risk For Introducing Malware And PHAs Onto Your Device.

  • True

Question 48: The Advantages Of Hosting Private Apps On Google Play Include: (Select All That Apply)

  • Easy administration
  • Security
  • Reliability

Question 49: __________________ Enables Large-Scale Android Deployments Across Multiple Device Makers With No Manual Set Up. (Fill In The Blank)

  • EMM token
  • Zero-touch
  • QR code

Question 50: The Feature That Gives IT Control Over Company Data While Allowing Workers To Keep Their Pictures And Apps Private Is Called:

  • Android profiles
  • Zero-touch
  • Work profile
  • Managed Google Play

Question 51: COPE Devices Provide: (Select All That Apply)

  • Flexibility of using full device management with a work profile

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