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Re: CISSP tips

Nice list of references, but I suppose it depends on how much time someone has available if their aim is to pass the exam. 

 

Having a long standing interest in technology helps, as absorbing the information over a several years doesn't seem like studying.  I read Applied Cryptography back in 96/97, years before I worked in security, just because it seemed interesting at the time.  Looking over ISO 27000 series, NIST SP800 series and the IETF RFCs wouldn't hurt either, but it's a matter of judgement.   

 

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Steve Wilme CISSP-ISSAP, ISSMP MCIIS
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Re: CISSP tips

To prepare for the cissp exam, you should have a proper study plan that includes studying materials, watching videos, practicing with test questions and getting right mindset. There is no shortcuts with this exam.

 

Have a look at this that can significantly help you: https://blog.ahasayen.com/cissp-exam-study-plan/