Question 1: Identify the correct description for IaaS.
- Allows you to rent, or use for free, software, like Google Mail
- Allows you to rent virtualized data infrastructure without having to physically manage it on premises
- Integrates multi-cloud environments with the on-premises network
- Provides an online platform for developing software delivered over the internet
Question 2: Who has ultimate responsibility for the safety of the customer’s data and services hosted in the cloud?
- The Interpol cloud security service
- The cloud service provider
- The cloud security syndicate
- The customer
Question 3: Identify a potential problem that customers risk if they rely solely on vendor cloud security tools.
- The tools are too complicated and consume too many valuable MIS resources.
- The tools can be expensive because they are based on a metered per-incident basis.
- The tools provide basic security and do not secure all facets of a multi-cloud environment.
- The tools can interfere with BYOD and other Wi-Fi devices.
Question 4: Complete the sentence. Cloud computing is the practice of
- building LANs comprised of virtual servers and connected by routers to form a virtual WAN.
- connecting various computers and other network devices together using switches and routers.
- simultaneously running multiple datacenters using centralized mainframe computing.
- using a network of remote servers hosted on the internet to store, manage, and process data.
Question 5: Which reason drove organizations to use cloud services?
- Greater access and control of the business data.
- Use of browser-based applications that on-premises servers could not.
- Greater security for organizational data and services.
- Cost savings by paying for only what computer services were needed.
Question 6: Which two cloud services are types of cloud computing? (Choose two.)
- Security as a Service (SaaS)
- Platform as a Service (PaaS)
- Integration as a Service (IaaS)
- Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
Question 7: What is an example of SaaS?
- OS patching
- Google mail