The CISSP and CAP Prep Guide: Mastering CISSP and CAP

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John Wiley & Sons, May 23, 2007 - Computers - 1236 pages
This follow-on edition to The CISSP Prep Guide: Mastering CISSP and ISSEP offers value-add coverage not featured anywhere else! You'll prepare for passing CISSP with a revised review of each of the ten CISSP domains, updated to reflect current thinking/technology, especially in the areas of cyber-terrorism prevention and disaster recovery. You'll also cover CAP, a major section of the ISSEP that has been elevated from its status as part of an advanced concentration to its own certification. The accompanying CD-ROM contains revised test questions to make your preparation complete. Order your copy today and make your exam preparation complete!
 

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Contents

Platinum Edition Part II The Certification and Accreditation Professional CAP Credential
557
Platinum Edition Appendix A Answers to Assessment Questions
681
Platinum Edition Appendix B Glossary of Terms and Acronyms
881
Platinum Edition Appendix C The Information System Security Architecture Professional ISSAP Certification
945
Platinum Edition Appendix D The Information System Security Engineering Professional ISSEP Certification
951
Platinum Edition Appendix E The Information System Security Management Professional ISSMP Certification
1039
Platinum Edition Appendix F Security Control Catalog
1075
Platinum Edition Appendix G Control Baselines
1185
Platinum Edition Index
1193
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Ronald L. Krutz, PhD, PE, CISSP, ISSEP, is Chief Knowledge Officer for Cybrinth, LLC. He was a faculty member in the Carnegie Mellon ECE Department and Associate Director of the Carnegie Mellon Research Institute. He was a former lead instructor for the ISC2 CISSP review seminars. Dr. Krutz is also a Distinguished Special Lecturer in the Center for Forensic Computer Investigation at the University of New Haven and consulting editor for the Wiley Infosec series.

Russell Dean Vines, CISSP, CISM, Security +, CCNA, MCSE, MCNE, is President and Founder of The RDV Group Inc., a New York-based security consulting services firm. He has been active in the prevention, detection, and remediation of security vulnerabilities for international corporations, including government, finance, and new media organizations, for many years. He is the author of several bestselling information system security texts, a consulting editor for the Wiley Infosec series, and a professional musician and composer in the NY area.

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