Netskope NSK101 Netskope Certified Cloud Security Administrator Exam NCCSA Exam Practice Test

Page: 1 / 14
Total 60 questions
Question 1
Question 2
Question 3

Which three statements are correct about Netskope's NewEdge Security Cloud Network Infrastructure? (Choose three.)



Answer : B, C, D

Netskope's NewEdge Security Cloud Network Infrastructure is a global network that powers the Netskope Security Cloud, providing real-time inline and out-of-band API-driven services for cloud and web security. Three statements that are correct about Netskope's NewEdge Security Cloud Network Infrastructure are:

It includes direct peering with Microsoft and Google in every data center. This means that Netskope has established high-speed, low-latency connections with these major cloud service providers, ensuring optimal performance and user experience for their customers. Direct peering also reduces the risk of network congestion, packet loss, or routing issues that may affect the quality of service.

It is a private security cloud network that is massively over provisioned, highly elastic, and built for scale. This means that Netskope owns and operates its own network infrastructure, without relying on third-party providers or public cloud platforms. Netskope has invested over $150 million to build the world's largest and fastest security private cloud, with data centers in more than 65 regions and growing. Netskope can dynamically scale its network capacity and resources to meet the growing demand and traffic volume of its customers, without compromising on security or performance.

It delivers a single, unified network with no surcharges or reliance on public cloud infrastructure or virtual PoPs. This means that Netskope provides a consistent and transparent network service to its customers, regardless of their location or device. Netskope does not charge any additional fees or hidden costs for accessing its network services, unlike some other providers that may impose surcharges based on geography or bandwidth usage. Netskope also does not use virtual points of presence (PoPs) that are hosted on public cloud platforms, which may introduce latency, complexity, or security risks.


Question 4

Refer to the exhibit.

Click the Exhibit button.

Referring to the exhibit, which statement accurately describes the difference between Source IP (Egress) and Source IP (User) address?



Question 5
Question 6

Your department is asked to report on GDPR data publicly exposed in Microsoft 365, Salesforce. and Slack-sanctioned cloud applications. Which deployment model would you use to discover this data?



Answer : C

To discover GDPR data publicly exposed in Microsoft 365, Salesforce, and Slack-sanctioned cloud applications, you need to use a deployment model that allows Netskope to access and scan the data stored in these applications using out-of-band API connections. The deployment model that would match this requirement is API-enabled protection, which is a feature in the Netskope platform that allows you to connect your sanctioned cloud applications to Netskope using API connectors. This enables you to discover sensitive data, enforce near real-time policy controls, and quarantine malware in your cloud applications without affecting user experience or performance. You can use Netskope's data loss prevention (DLP) engine to scan for GDPR data in your cloud applications and identify any public exposure or sharing settings that may violate the regulation. A reverse proxy, an on-premises appliance, or an inline protection are not deployment models that would help you discover GDPR data publicly exposed in your sanctioned cloud applications, as they are more suitable for inline modes that rely on intercepting traffic to and from these applications in real time, rather than accessing data stored in these applications using APIs.Reference:[Netskope SaaS API-enabled Protection], [Netskope Data Loss Prevention].


Question 7
Page:    1 / 14   
Total 60 questions