(A) Key Attestation.
(B) Verify Apps.
(C) Certificate Capacitive Filtering.
(D) Network Access Control services.
Key Attestation is a process that cryptographically provides proof that a device’s bootloader and systems integrity has not been compromised.
Android devices are given a Google attestation key after GMS certification, stored in hardware, that is used as part of the Verified Boot process.
This question is from the Android Enterprise Professional (Updated) Post-exam and the Android Enterprise Security & Privacy Final Exam. You can find answers to all the questions asked in both exams on our Android Enterprise Professional (Updated) Post-exam Answers page and Android Enterprise Security & Privacy Final Exam Answers page.