CISSP Practice: 2,250 Questions, Answers, and Explanations for Passing the Test
A must-have prep guide for taking the CISSP certification exam
If practice does, indeed, make perfect, then this is the book you need to prepare for the CISSP certification exam! And while the six-hour exam may be grueling, the preparation for it doesn't have to be. This invaluable guide offers an unparalleled number of test questions along with their answers and explanations so that you can fully understand the "why" behind the correct and incorrect answers. An impressive number of multiple-choice questions covering breadth and depth of security topics provides you with a wealth of information that will increase your confidence for passing the exam.
The sample questions cover all ten of the domains tested: access control; telecommunications and network security; information security governance and risk management; application development security; cryptography; security architecture and design; operations security; business continuity and disaster recovery planning; legal, regulations, investigations, and compliance; and physical and environmental security.
With CISSP certification now a requirement for anyone seeking security positions in corporations and government, passing the exam is critical. Packed with more than 2,000 test questions, CISSP Practice will prepare you better than any other resource on the market.
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i say the book is absolutely fantastic. The questions will help you really prepare and also helps you define the kind of preparation you would require for this exam. Yes, the questions are from the NIST. Whole CISSP has been derived from the NIST if you can go through them. But once done with shon and the CBK this book will really boost your confidence. Good One!!
I can only say that please don't purchase this book. I have done this mistake and can say its no value for money. 75% of the questions are out of CISSP CBK. They have only referred NIST manuals and that is the reason behind such vague and out of requirement questions. Other then that there are so many questions which are highly debatable. Then there comes the questions which have wrong answers for sure. For example can some one tell me under what circumstances software testing can not be first line of defense while Quality assurance can be? Its a big NO. STAY AWAY it will confuse you..