CISSP Certification Exam Guide
This guide provides detailed coverage of all 10 subject areas tested for the ISC2 exam. There is full CISSP-based coverage of all major security considerations, including public-key infrastructures (PKI), telecommunications security, disaster recovery and physical security. Techn ical discussion sidebars offer depth of understanding not found in other certification books, and practice questions at the end of each chapter help test for comprehension and prepare readers for each subject area of the exam. Easy-to-use map of exam objectives facilitates quick access for exam review, and the book utilizes many drawing and pictures to enhance learning. The accompanying CD features commercial-grade software testing simulations.
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Reasons to Become a CISSP I
CISSPA Brief History
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