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Learn, prepare, and practice for CISSP exam success with the CISSP Cert Guide from Pearson IT Certification, a leader in IT Certification.


  • Master CISSP exam topics
  • Assess your knowledge with chapter-ending quizzes
  • Review key concepts with exam preparation tasks
  • Practice with realistic exam questions on the CD


CISSP Cert Guide is a best-of-breed exam study guide. Leading IT certification experts Troy McMillan and Robin Abernathy share preparation hints and test-taking tips, helping you identify areas of weakness and improve both your conceptual knowledge and hands-on skills. Material is presented in a concise manner, focusing on increasing your understanding and retention of exam topics.


You'll get a complete test preparation routine organized around proven series elements and techniques. Exam topic lists make referencing easy. Chapter-ending Exam Preparation Tasks help you drill on key concepts you must know thoroughly. Review questions help you assess your knowledge, and a final preparation chapter guides you through tools and resources to help you craft your final study plan.


The companion CD contains the powerful Pearson IT Certification Practice Test engine, complete with hundreds of exam-realistic questions. The assessment engine offers you a wealth of customization options and reporting features, laying out a complete assessment of your knowledge to help you focus your study where it is needed most, so you can succeed on the exam the first time.


This study guide helps you master all the topics on the CISSP exam, including


  • Access control
  • Telecommunications and network security
  • Information security governance and risk management
  • Software development security
  • Cryptography
  • Security architecture and design
  • Operation security
  • Business continuity and disaster recovery planning
  • Legal, regulations, investigations, and compliance
  • Physical (environmental) security


Troy McMillan, Product Developer and Technical Editor at Kaplan Cert Prep, specializes in creating certification practice tests and study guides. He has 12 years of experience teaching Cisco, Microsoft, CompTIA, and Security classes for top training companies, including Global Knowledge and New Horizons. He holds more than 20 certifications from Microsoft, Cisco, VMware, and other leading technology organizations.

Robin M. Abernathy has more than a decade of experience in IT certification prep. For Kaplan IT Certification Preparation, she has written and edited preparation materials for many (ISC)2, Microsoft, CompTIA, PMI, Cisco, and ITIL certifications. She holds multiple IT certifications from these vendors.


Companion CD

The CD contains two free, complete practice exams, plus memory tables and answers to help you study more efficiently and effectively.


Pearson IT Certification Practice Test minimum system requirements:

Windows XP (SP3), Windows Vista (SP2), Windows 7, or Windows 8; Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 Client; Pentium-class 1GHz processor (or equivalent); 512MB RAM; 650MB disk space plus 50MB for each downloaded practice exam; access to the Internet to register and download exam databases


Biographie de l'auteur

Troy McMillan
is a Product Developer and Technical Editor for Kaplan Cert Prep as well as a full time trainer and writer. He became a professional trainer 12 years ago teaching Cisco, Microsoft, CompTIA, and Wireless classes. Troy’s book CCNA Essentials by Sybex Publishing was released in November 2011. It has been chosen as the textbook for both online and instructor-led classes at several colleges in the United States. Troy also is a courseware developer. Among the work he has done in this area is wireless training materials for Motorola in 2011 and instructor materials for a series of books by Sybex on Windows Server 2008 R2 in 2011. Troy also teaches Cisco, Microsoft, CompTIA, and Security classes for several large corporate training companies. Among these are Global Knowledge and New Horizons. He now creates certification practice tests and study guides for the Transcender and Self-Test brands. Troy lives in Atlanta, Georgia.


Troy’s professional accomplishments include B.B.A., MCSE (NT/2000/ 2003, 2008), CCNA, CCNP, MCP+I, CNA, A+, Net+, MCT, Server+, I-Net+, MCSA, CIW p, CIWa, CIW security analyst, CWNA, CWSP, CWNT, CWNE, MCTS: Vista Configuration, MCITP: Enterprise Support Technician, MCITP: Server Administrator, MCITP: Consumer Support Technician, MCTS: Forefront Client and Server Configuration, MCTS: Business Desktop Deployment with BDD, MCTS: Office Project Server 2007, MCTS: Windows Active Directory: Configuration, MCTS: Applications Infrastructure: Configuration, MCTS: Network Infrastructure: Configuration, CCSI, and VCP.


Robin M. Abernathy
has been working in the IT certification preparation industry at Kaplan IT Certification Preparation, the owners of the Transcender and Self Test brands, for more than a decade. Robin has written and edited certification preparation materials for many (ISC)2, Microsoft, CompTIA, PMI, Cisco, and ITIL certifications and holds multiple IT certifications from these vendors. Robin provides training on computer hardware and software, networking, security, and project management. Over the past couple years, she has ventured into the traditional publishing industry by technically editing several publications. More recently, she has presented at technical conferences and hosted webinars on IT certification topics.

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Clean, clear, and focused... 31 mars 2014
Par Rick Murphy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I found the CISSP Cert Guide by McMillan and Abernathy to be clean, clear and focused. These are important attributes for a study guide that leads you through such a vast field (ten domains) of technical knowledge. The guide presents each topic/subtopic of the CISSP Exam Objectives in an easy to understand manner without veering off-topic or padding the information with non-pertinent fluff. This book and the accompanying CD and Online content will form an excellent (and affordable) foundation for the CISSP Body of Knowledge.
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Easy read 25 février 2014
Par tech girl - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
Somebody finally did it! If you want to save money and time get this book rather than that monstrosity by Shon Harris. This book has all of the stuff covered on the exam and none of the filler. It is very well written and made my study for the exam much more efficient Thanks guys!
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Good Study Guide. 7 mai 2015
Par L. M. Collins - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This CISSP Cert Guide is good resource to use as a final review before taking the exam. I can't say that it is better than other books because the only other books that I have purchased for the CISSP exam is the Office ISC2 Guide. However as far as study guides good this one seem to be clear and focused. You don't get access to the information available on the accompanying CD with the Kindle addition, however I am still happy with the purchase.

Note. I do not have a kindle, I use the kindle app on my Samsung tablet and I have had no issues and I don't have any complaints.
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Read this book and pass the CISSP 18 mai 2015
Par PSYCHMEDIC - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Loved this book, its all you need for the CISSP. Several contractors within our company used this book to pass the cert test. Wish I had this book when I was taking my test. Over-all We used this book as a team to review to take the test. Having passed this test a few years ago, I found this book a great review. And yes I am going to use it for this years CME's :)
Likely my choice for classroom text 24 juillet 2015
Par Glenn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
As an instructor I’m faced with the choice, over and over, of a thick, detailed textbook versus a more concise one. Thinner would be the easier choice, except that some authors manage to make their thicker books easy, even breezy reading. Other thick books are just … thick. Many of the A+ texts, for instance, go much, much deeper into details than the test they cover does.
This book, which is for the 10-domain test, strikes a very good balance. At 470-odd pages of actual reading material (less Glossary, Index and front matter), it’s a reasonable size for the cert courses I teach. I found it easy to cover 50 pages an hour, though I’ve got over 20 years’ experience with this area so not much slows me down. But I’ve dealt with many (many) books filled with page after page of thick, hard-to-read and hard-to-comprehend text, so many that the slimmer, more terse books tend to make me cautious. This one’s slim and terse and absolutely readable.
Tight texts like this work by using short, declarative sentences. They state facts, explain simply, and provide solid nuggets of useful information, but they also don’t supply many examples, don’t try to explain things using scenarios, and don’t provide much if any historical context. If you’re already the kind of network professional you’re supposed to be to test for this certification, this won’t be a problem. A couple of paragraphs of discussion can cover Kerberos just fine – for the initiated. If you’re trying to “leverage” your way to a higher certification (and it pays to know that if you can’t document five years’ experience, you get an “associate” certification), though, this may not be the book for you. Actually, if you haven’t done the real groundwork, this isn’t the certification for you, either.
One very strong point about the Pearson IT cert texts is the sample questions and tests. I’ve seen too many questions in sample tests from several sources that are mangled, ungrammatical, ambiguous or just plain incorrect, but not here. As a long-time technical editor, I appreciate the good, clear, concise questions and the use of multiple plausible answers that made me slow down and think before choosing. The chapter-end questions and sample tests also seem very much in what I’d label “(ISC)2 style” – there is little or no sneakiness about them, unlike the questions common on some certifications I could name but won’t. They’re short and clear: What’s the second step in a Business Impact Analysis? On which layer is the Internet destination address added? And you either know the answer or you don’t, simple as that.
It was a little sad that the CD that came with my book had some kind of manufacturing defect that looked a little like a tire had run over the edge of the disk, rendering it useless. Ironically, it really was useless: since I already have the Pearson test engine installed, the enclosed license code did the trick all by itself, downloading the latest version of the test and activating it. From there it was all joy for me. With any luck this was a sheer fluke no one else will run into.
Where I did see some weakness in the text was in the tables and diagrams. Personally, I never like matrix tables: a crosswalk of administrative controls against access control categories means almost nothing to me unless something entices me to look carefully at the rows of Xs. This type of table is often necessary for compliance documentation, but it makes for pretty dull reading in a textbook. And diagrams are best if they show relationships and flow. Eight gray bubbles in a row do NOT illustrate the complexity of the ticket-granting process, for instance. From my own experience writing textbooks, I know this is a tough area. Personally, I cheat: I hire a graphic designer and build the simplest, clearest flow diagrams we can make. And fortunately, in this case, not all the graphics are tables and rows-of-bubbles diagrams. Some, for instance the software development models, are pretty good. In fact seeing the waterfall model as an inverted view of the agile model gave me an interesting moment.
A really good glossary and index are gold for most of my students. You know how this field is: the acronyms are like a bowl of Alpha-Bits, and the nomenclature is thicker than the nearest competitor (psychology). In this book the glossary and index cover over 120 pages, which is to say a quarter the size of the reading proper. For a lower-level text it would be too much. For this cert it’s enough, but not too much. These things are not easy to build, and you’ll appreciate them when you’re scratching your head: where the heck did they define this?
I’d be confident to teach from this text immediately, and I’d be confident taking the test after reading this. At this point I’m still evaluating books for teaching the CISSP going forward, but the certification is looking like a winner because of the demand I’m seeing for it in the sectors I serve: labs, bases, government and education. For this class of student, this book is just about ideal.
Full disclosure: I get textbooks for review from several sources, in this case from Pearson IT Certifications. I also work for a certifying organization (ISECOM), participate in building certifications (the OPST and SAI), write textbooks and teach at two universities (UNM and NMSU), so while I’m not the usual test subject, I am frequently the instructor.
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