First attempt. About 2.5 hours. Most vague test I've ever taken.
Simple graphic from ISC2 showing each of the Domain Weight on the real exam.
See a short message from one of our member who has just completed his CISSP certification. See what books he used and his approach to success.
Knowing the basics of Databases, what is SQL, the different types of DB, their advantages and disadvantages are topics in many of the Security Certifications out there. Alex Nordeen Editor at Guru99 created an excellent tutorial that covers those topics. See details in this article.
This study guide is the first in a series of guides Jeremiah is planning to write about how to prepare for information security exams. His first guide is for the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) since it is the most recognized Information security exam.
Here is a great posting from one of our member who has just passed his exam. He is sharing his experience and many tips on what to do and what to avoid. Read his great post to prepare yourself and avoid making mistakes.
It is the responsibility of (ISC)2® to protect the investment you have made into their credentialing programs by ensuring that the CISSP® remain current, relevant and meaningful. To this end, (ISC)2 Professional Programs, working directly with the membership at large, regularly refreshes all of their credential programs. It is usually done about every three years.
Taking the exam in late April. I can host a study group at my office in Midtown Manhattan if anyone is interested (msg me)
The sunflower cram study guide has been one of the best study guides for many years. It has just been updated to match with the latest CBK and the 8 domains structure. Thanks to Steve for his hard work and being a community player.
Some people assume that a topic that is not listed within the official ISC2 study book cannot be a topic on the exam. This article talks about this and let me tell you that even if a topic is NOT within the Official Book, it could very well be on the exam anyway. I will explain within this article why it is the case.