My prep details:
1. Official CCSP Study Guide
2. Official ISC2 CBK
3. Ben's Exam official questions
I have 12 year of secuirty experiance which was the number one help. The test is not for people who memorize things, you need deep understanding of the topics. Hope it helps.
Regarding the Exam, it was typical ISC2 exam where many questions were very twisted as expected. My recoemndation would be understand all the topics very well before attempting the exam. I studied for almost 120 hours in total (distributed across three months). Hope it helps.
Do your books ( official study guide and this practice questions) are enough to pass the exam since I am not CISSP certified and did not read CCSP CBK?
Great question. Absolutely not-- there is no single source for all the information necessary to pass the exam; you'll have to review a variety of material. The books contains lists of references you should definitely look at. Good luck!
Best Practice Tests are from Ben
They were really helpfull
If you are not CISSP certified than i would suggest apart from going through the Book also go through the CSv4 Guidance and NIST SP Publications those will help you get a deep understanding which will be helpful in the exam
I used your book to get CCSP exam ready and managed to pass the exam this week. I used both the physical book and the online access to your questions which I found very useful in getting a good overview of the syllabus.
However I did find that were a couple of questions which gave an incorrect answer solution. For example Domain 4, question 24. The answer section says the solution to the question is A, but describes the reasoning behind the answer that was described in option B. Both the physical book and the online questions have this issue.
Outstanding! So glad to hear it! And yes, there were definitely some typos...please check the errata to see if we located all the ones you have: https://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-1119277418,miniSiteCd-SYBEX.html
Thanks for the message-- made my day!