The following is the ITKnowledge Exchange Tip of the Week for Oct. 11, 2004.
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Any recommendations for good review books (to prepare for the CISSP exam)?
"dmksa28" writes: Here is a good place to start for links to study guides and recommended books: www.cccure.org/modules.
"SockPuppet" writes: Look at this quiz on www.lostclusterz.com for a really excellent online exam.
Site expert Kevin Beaver writes: Roberta Bragg's CISSP training guide is my favorite ... see it at Amazon.
Site contributor Ed Tittel writes: As the author of a book on CISSP and somebody who's been watching that certification for years, I also agree with the recommendation of Clement DuPuis's outstanding CISSP prep Web site -- www.cccure.org -- the online study group for the CISSP exam. His book recommendations are spot on (he teaches CISSP boot camps and covers this entire curriculum at least half-a-dozen times a year).
Interested and voracious readers might also find my two-part article at InformIT.com, "The computer security bookshelf," also of interest in digging deeply into the background materials for this exam: Click for Part 1 or Part 2.
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