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CISSP Exam Cram (Exam Cram (Coriolis Books))


CISSP Exam Cram (Exam Cram (Coriolis Books))

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    Available in PDF Format | CISSP Exam Cram (Exam Cram (Coriolis Books)).pdf | English
    M. Andress(Author)
The CISSP Exam Cram is an exciting new study guide for the rapidly growing number of professionals seeking to pass the CISSP certification exam.Clear, concise, and highly focused content lays out core technologies covered on the exam like Access Control, Compute Operations Security, Cryptography, Application Program Security, Communications Security, and Systems and Physical Security.Candidates gain a significant advantage during the test from the book's tear-out cram sheets and memory joggers, sections on proven test-taking strategies, warnings on trick questions, and time-saving study tips.

Mandy Andress (Dublin, CA), is President and CEO of ArcSec Technologies, a security analysis firm. Prior to founding ArcSec Technologies Mandy logged many years of corporate security experience spending time at Exxon, Deloitte & Touche, and Ernst & Young. She also served as the Director of Security at two Silicon Valley startup companies, Privada, Inc., and Evant Solutions. Mandy is widely respected and has written numerous security product reviews for InfoWorld, Information Security, and other publications.

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Book details

  • PDF | 448 pages
  • M. Andress(Author)
  • Coriolis Group,U.S. (30 Sept. 2001)
  • English
  • 3
  • Computing & Internet

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  • By Eamonn McDermott on 28 July 2003

    The 10 cbk domains are covered in enough depth to act as a refresher to the knowledge an exam candidate should have, and it is well structured and set out. The test questions at the end of each section, however, are not really CISSP standard and any student planning to sit the exam should not spend too much time on them.

  • By on 30 October 2001

    The book is a good concise guide to all the 10 domains. After each domian has test and so you can test your knowledge. A very easy reading. A must for a quick refresh on the domains.

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