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CISSP Study Guide

Can someone please send me recent study guide for CISSP exam? I have submitted the form from this link and haven't received any email with study guide. CISSP Ultimate Guide

 

I am Security Analyst and planning to write the exam. Any tips and books recommendations will really appreciate. 

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Advocate I

Re: CISSP Study Guide

Depends greatly on your style of learning, i.e. do you learn best by quizzing, hands on or rote studying. Perhaps a combination of those three. It would also help to understand your experience in the field, what that experience entails and depth of experience in each domain before we could even begin to tell you which materials to concentrate. If you have a great deal of depth and the CISSP is really a quick brush up, there is a book for that. If your a relative fresher there are numerous books for those folks too.

 

You need to be both realistic and accurate about your understanding of the CISSP domains before we can assist.

 

- b/eads

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Viewer II

Re: CISSP Study Guide

me too , guys , please help us , we need your help
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Viewer II

Re: CISSP Study Guide

for me , i'm a beginner , please help and share any knowledge or materials
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Influencer I

Re: CISSP Study Guide

Well, in the meantime, read "Security Engineering" by Ross Anderson.

 

(No, it doesn't matter which edition.)


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Advocate III

Re: CISSP Study Guide


@rslade wrote:

Well, in the meantime, read "Security Engineering" by Ross Anderson.

 

(No, it doesn't matter which edition.)


Which is available online as PDF chapter by chapter FOR FREE!

 

Grandpa Rob is right, that is the GOLD STANDARD (hmmmm, where have I heard that phrase before?) for information security books.

 

Read the entire book for best understanding.

And, for a short break, read The Cuckoo's Egg for a bit of historical perspective.

 

 

Craig

 

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