CISSP For Dummies
Lawrence H. Miller / Peter H. Gregory, ?CISSP For Dummies ?
For Dummies | ISBN 0470124261 | 2nd Edition (April 2, 2007) | CHM | 1.5 M | 408 pages
* The CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) credential from the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium, Inc. (ISC)2 is the world's leading IT security certification, with 30,000 individuals certified and as many as seven times that number taking the exam
* The down-to-earth, jargon-free Dummies style sets this book apart from other CISSP exam-prep guides, making it easy for candidates to master the latest (ISC)2 common body of knowledge and the ten domains tested by the CISSP
* Includes Quick Assessments at the beginning of each chapter, a Prep Test at the end of each chapter, and a full-length practice exam designed for the book
* The CD-ROM features hundreds of randomly generated test questions as well as timed and untimed practice tests
From the Back Cover
The fun and easy way? to pass the CISSP exam and get certified
Cramming for the CISSP exam? This friendly test-prep guide makes studying a snap! Prepared by two CISSP-certified experts, it gets you up to speed on the latest changes to the exam and gives you proven test-taking tips. You&'ll find complete coverage of all ten domains of the (ISC)2 Common Body of knowledge to help you pass with flying colors.
About the Author
Lawrence Miller, CISSP has worked in systems administration and information security for more than a decade and has earned numerous other certifications throughout that time including MCSE I, CCNP, SCSA, CNA, A , Network , Security , and i-Net . He has also received NSA IAM certification training. He is currently working as the Information Technology Operations Manager for a top 100 U.S. law firm. He has previously worked as an internetworking security engineer and a security consultant for service providers and clients in the retail, financial, and manufacturing sectors and served over 13 years in the U.S. Navy as a Chief Petty Officer in various roles including information systems security and weather guesser.
Peter H. Gregory, CISA, CISSP, is the author of twelve books on security and technology including Solaris Security, Computer Viruses For Dummies, and Blocking Spam and Spyware For Dummies.
Peter is a security strategist at a publicly-traded financial management software company located in Redmond, Washington. Prior to this, he held tactical and strategic security positions in large wireless telecommunications organizations. He has also held development and operations positions in casino management systems, banking, government, non-profit organizations, and academia since the late 1970s.
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