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by Fernando Maymi,Shon Harris

eBook CISSP All-in-One Exam Guide, Seventh Edition epub
  • ISBN: 0071849270
  • Author: Fernando Maymi,Shon Harris
  • Genre: Techno
  • Subcategory: Programming
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education; 7 edition (June 7, 2016)
  • Pages: 1456 pages
  • ePUB size: 1489 kb
  • FB2 size 1340 kb
  • Formats rtf lrf azw doc


Shon Harris, CISSP, is the founder and CEO of Logical Security LLC, an information security consultant, a former engineer in the Air Force’s Information Warfare unit, an instructor, and an author.

Shon Harris, CISSP, is the founder and CEO of Logical Security LLC, an information security consultant, a former engineer in the Air Force’s Information Warfare unit, an instructor, and an author.

Fernando has served as a consultant for both government and private sector organizations in the US and abroad.

Beyond exam prep, the guide also serves as an ideal on-the-job reference for IT security professionals. Fully updated to cover the 8 new domains in the 2015 CISSP body of knowledge. Written by leading experts in IT security certification and training. Features new hot spot and drag-and-drop question formats. Electronic content includes 1400+ updated practice exam questions.

Fully updated to cover the 8 new domains in the 2015 CISSP body of. .

Fully updated to cover the 8 new domains in the 2015 CISSP body of knowledge. ISC)2 CISSP Certified Information Systems Security Professional Official Study Guide.

Fernando Maymí carries that legacy forward beautifully with clarity, accuracy, and balance. I am sure that Shon would be proud

Fernando Maymí carries that legacy forward beautifully with clarity, accuracy, and balance. I am sure that Shon would be proud. David R. Miller, CISSP; GIAC GISP; PCI QSA; SME; MCT; MCITPro Enterprise Admin; MCSE NT ., 2000, 2003, 2008; CEH; ECSA; LPT; CCNA; CWNA; CNE; GIAC GISF; CompTIA Security+, et.

CISSP All-in-One Exam Gu.has been added to your Cart. Fernando Maymi? (West Point, NY), P. CISSP is a security practitioner with over 25 years experience in the field. He is currently the Deputy Director at the Army Cyber Institute at West Point, where he leads a multidisciplinary team charged with developing disruptive innovations for cyberspace operations as well as impactful public-private partnerships aimed at better securing cyberspace. Dr. Maymi? has served as a consultant for both government and private sector organizations in the US and abroad.

A fully revised edition of the #1 CISSP training resource

Thoroughly updated for the latest release of the Certified Information Systems Security Professional exam, this comprehensive resource covers all exam domains, as well as the new 2015 CISSP Common Body of Knowledge developed by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC)2®. CISSP All-in-One Exam Guide, Seventh Edition features learning objectives at the beginning of each chapter, exam tips, practice questions, and in-depth explanations. Written by leading experts in IT security certification and training, this completely up-to-date self-study system helps you pass the exam with ease and also serves as an essential on-the-job reference.

Covers all 8 CISSP domains:

Security and risk managementAsset securitySecurity engineeringCommunication and network securityIdentity and access managementSecurity assessment and testingSecurity operationsSoftware development security

Electronic content includes:

1400+ practice questions, including new hot spot and drag-and-drop questionsComplete PDF copy of the book

ABOUT THE AUTHORS:

Shon Harris, CISSP, was the founder and CEO of Logical Security LLC, an information security consultant, a former engineer in the Air Force’s Information Warfare unit, an instructor, and an author. She authored several international bestselling books on information security which have sold over a million copies and have been translated into six languages.

Fernando Maymí, Ph.D., CISSP, is a security practitioner with over 25 years’ experience in the field. He is the author of over a dozen publications and holds three patents. His awards include the U.S. Department of the Army Research and Development Achivement Award and he was recognized as a HENAAC Luminary.

Comments: (7)
Tiainar
While I really enjoyed this book, it shoud be noted that it is EXTREME overkill for the exam. This book really goes deep into every topic when you really just need to know how a topic works on a conceptual level. The practice questions are also a LOT harder than you can expect to see on the exam, so they actually help you feel more confident later on. I was able to pass the exam first try with this book, the sybex book, and cybrary.
Fenrikasa
I passed the CISSP exam on the first try. I originally started studying using the CISSP All-in-One Exam Guide, Seventh Edition, Jun 7, 2016
by Shon Harris and Fernando Maymi, but I was completely overwhelmed with how much detail is in that book. It is a great resource and I'm glad I bought it, but I wouldn't suggest using it by itself. I then purchased the CISSP (ISC)2 Certified Information Systems guidebook by James M. Stewart, and I found that to be more accessible. In addition, I watched free videos on Cybrary.it, and that was a huge help in my studying. Finally, I used the practice exam books from both Shon Harris/Fernando Maymi and from James Stewart. I did not pay to take a course, so I was going it alone. Because I didn't take a course, I am really glad I purchased both guidebooks and both practice exam books. And again, look at Cybrary for videos to help as well. Good luck!
Terr
You must own this book if you consider yourself a IT security professional. This book is a deep dive into the 8 security domains. The information is comprehensive and through. It is a dry read due to its in-depth examination of each concept. The book also jumps around with references. So if you like myself need to know more!! You will find yourself jumping back and forth between chapters. This book is very technical for a security guide. You will find yourself reading about how memory is processed and how this process can be exploited. You will also learn about CPU architecture and its exploits. How different OS designs access the system kernel. This technical side of security is something that I find is lacking in a lot of the younger security managers and engineers. They know they need to apply these settings because there is a CVE or IAVA/STIG notice but they don't understand why and how an attacker could utilize that specific exploit vector. The chapters tend to be very large 100+ pages each but each chapter is a domain! Which in my opinion makes it much easier for referencing specific concepts and ideas.
Ballalune
This was a really good book and I know it helped me pass my exam. I'm a 4th year Software Developer. I have CompTIA's A+, Network+, Security+, and Project+ certs and ITIL. I'm mentioning this because I think it's helpful to know what skill level someone has reading this material and going into the exam. I first purchased the CBK and it was horrible. It was such a chore reading through each chapter and I knew it was time to change up so I purchased this book. I read the first two chapters and then I started reading the summaries and doing the chapter tests. I can say that this book did a way better job explaining the concepts you will see on the exam. The CBK did not go into nearly as much detail on very important topics like the Risk Management Framework steps. I give it 4 stars because even though it went over exactly what I needed, it was still very boring at times. Mostly, the legal sections. In addition to using this book, I also used SkillSoft, practice exams, Quizlet, and YouTube videos. Overkill, I know but it all helped.
Thordigda
Too verbose in many sections, and the CD-Rom based questions don't line up with the points of emphasis in the text. It as if they are preparing you for an Algebra II exam in the book, with humor that's unnecessary and too much description about things not in the exam, and then they give you a Geometry quiz at the end because they're both Mathematics. For this type of book, I'd rather see a focused, concerted effort on getting me ready for the exam. Leave the long dialog for a survey course or an "topics in computer security" text. If the CISSP exam has ridiculous rote memorization requirements (as the text says it does), then we should have more practice and study tips for those parts of the exam. Do I need to the exact titles for the ISO/IEC 27-series publications (27001 to 27006)? Then break it down for me, and tell me how you differentiate. Don't just say "Unfortunately you will run into questions on the CISSP exam that will be this confusing..." (p. 186).
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