Now, I am going to have to set aside a little time this weekend to go through and see for myself what is current with the engine, suggest those with questions or doubt do the same. Sounds like you have taken things to the next level and have my thanks from many years ago, helping me prepare and successfully pass the CISSP.
Keep up the good work.
OK, this is starting to get ridiculous. (Suits for libel? Get real ...)
I'm sure all involved thank you for dredging this up again fully 24 hours or more after the ruckus had died down!
The reality is, a defamatory statement was made which was rightly refuted. Of course it would be up to Clement if he felt his business had been damaged by the statement and he wanted to seek recompense through libel proceedings, hence the use of the phrase "potentially libellous statement".
Below was my study plan but I failed the exam in April 2019, I am looking to study again as I had family issues but I want to come back to track. Could you please advise what should I be doing this time?
Now all you need to add is studying the conceptual part. Check out Greenblatt's training videos. I believe it's $100 for his latest videos (search his website and request them).
Hi @raisy ,
Firstly, disclaimer: I passed the CISSP in 2017.
My resources (obviously get the newest editions of these books, unless trusted sources indicate otherwise)
My core books were the Syngress CISSP Study Guide 3rd Edition (Conrad) and the Sybex Official Study Guide 7th Edition (Stewart).
My secondary references (when I wanted to get a deeper/clearer understanding of a concept, especially when I got a practice question wrong) were (in order of liking): Official Guide to the CBK 4th Edition and the ubiquitous All-in-One Guide 7th Edition by Shon Harris (RIP). People have commented that the CBK is dry, dry, dry :-) I personally found it to be a more engaging read…BUT WARNING…the index (IMO) left alot to be desired! Personally, I bought but did NOT read Shon Harris’ book apart from the occasional cross-check. Personally, I found it WAY TOO DEEP for the exam, BUT it IS an excellent on-the-job reference.
For videos, I *highly* recommend Kelly Handerhan's CISSP course on Cybrary it's free (well...it used to be), it's GREAT and has a concise focus. Plan to watch these videos twice…once now and once within 3 days of the exam. You will need to allow yourself about 16hrs to watch the complete set once.
For in-depth videos, I would check out Larry Greenblatt's CISSP 201x series on Youtube (30hrs of video). You do have to pay for them and they are DEEEEEP, but they are a great resource. I can provide contact details if needed. I bought his CISSP set and CRISC sets.
Alternatively, there is David Miller's CISSP Certification series on SAFARI. Again, you'll have to pay to view them but they are also an in-depth resource.
Hope this helps!
wow!! Let me get back to my Syebx 7th edition as its been few months for now, I am gonna use CBK on the side as well. will watch kelly along larry. thank you so much for all this.