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Newcomer I

New CISSP Exam Outline (after 15th of April) - Books & Resources.

Hi All,

 

Currently I am planning to reappear for CISSP exam. I am using CISSP Shon Harris 7th edition book and also using cccure exam quizzes.
 
Due to the change in outline (on April 15th), will there be any change in contents in book (in each domain) ? Also pls let me know if you also suggest any other books to study for the exam ? (relating to new exam format).
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Re: New CISSP Exam Outline (after 15th of April) - Books & Resources.

The CISSP outline will give you brief details - https://www.isc2.org/-/media/ISC2/Certifications/Exam-Outlines/CISSP-Exam-Outline-121417--Final.ashx

 

Shon Harris AIO explains topics very simply compared to the official study guide. 

 

Nagarajan

Regards,
Nagarajan Viswanathan (Raj)
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Newcomer I

Re: New CISSP Exam Outline (after 15th of April) - Books & Resources.

Thanks, my apologies as I just saw your reply.
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Re: New CISSP Exam Outline (after 15th of April) - Books & Resources.

> mgroms (Newcomer I) moved a topic in Exam Preparation on 04-13-2018 05:33 PM in

> All,   Currently I am planning to reappear for CISSP exam. I am using CISSP Shon
> Harris 7th edition book and also using cccure exam quizzes.   Due to the change
> in outline (on April 15th), will there be any change in contents in book (in
> each domain) ? Also pls let me know if you also suggest any other books to study
> for the exam ? (relating to new exam format).

Read "Security Engineering" http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~rja14/book.html

Check out the questions at
https://community.isc2.org/t5/Exams/CISSP-questions/m-p/18626

And, as I have said many times before, I refuse to answer any question that starts
out "Shon Harris says ..."

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