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0 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par ROSTAM le 31 mai 2002
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C'est un livre assez précis sur la sécurité " notamment comment passer la certification CISSP, mais aussi la politique de sécurité qu'il faut mettre en place.
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I'll try to be serious 22 décembre 2003
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I've read some reviews and they are very controversial, so if you feel you're getting confused read this.
I've just got a confirmation that I passed the test, and I used only this book for studying. So that books is definitly not a joke and can get you through.
Why the reviews are so different?
First, the author's style. It's more like recorded lectures then a reference. The author included some jokes and funny examples. They are perfectly correct, not abusive, they add some spice to a highly proffesional text and I personally love them because they make reading that huge book not so boring, but looks like the fact the style is different drives some people mad.
Second, the nature of the exam. The covered area is very wide and includes more topic then most people normally know and use. So many readers think the topics they know the best could be written better. The problem is because of so wide coverage you can not go deeper then a certain level. The book is almost 1000 pages long and I personally think it's well balanced and provides adequate knowledge for the test. Yes, some chapters could be extended but then you'd be overwhelmed by the volume and I doubt it would improve your passing score significantly.
Some people complained about mistakes. Well, it's true, there are some. But, it's the same idea here. They are not crucial and don't really affect your score much.
It's like if you need to get to the airport and you friend offers help you don't really care what car he has. But if you go to dealership to buy a car every minor option gets so important. Same idea here. If your goal is to pass the test, the book can be used as the only training material and provides adequate up-to-date information in a resonable volume for a pretty cheap price. The book does it's job and does it well. It also has some personality so you may love or hate it, but it's just your emotional perception. The knowledge is there.
80 internautes sur 88 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
The Best Available in Market 29 janvier 2002
Par Richard K. Min - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I enjoy reading this book very much. I believe that this book is the best so far in the market for CISSP and as an introduction and survey to provide a solid framework for the field, and especially for those to prepare CISSP. It is very well written as a summary (better and comprehensive than "The CISSP Prep Guide" by Krutz, et al) with the orignial and critical sources. My delight and best part of this book: for each topic the author kindly provides the web sites (for further study and reading).
CISSP test is very general (generic, and not for a specific product or service) and thus a frustration. But that is what CISSP is about. For professional and marketable working knowledge, use this book as a framework, along with many other good books such as (1) Incident Response (by Mandia & Prosise) and (2) Hacking Exposed (2nd ed, by Scambray, McClure, Kurtz) or (3) Maximum Security (3rd ed, Anonymous), or (4) Counter Hack by Stoudis, to supplement the reading and case study.
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How to study and pass the CISSP. 13 juillet 2006
Par Venkat Raghavan Rangamani - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Three weeks after I took the CISSP exam, I received an email telling me I had passed. I came out of the exam fairly confident I'd pass but one can never be too sure with the CISSP - the questions are quite ambiguous and quite often you are making an educated guess in picking out what you think is the best among the 2 choices you have narrowed down to. It has often been said that the CISSP is an exam that is an inch deep and a mile wide. You'd be lucky if you use more than half of what you studied for this exam. I am a software engineer and I know I will never have to choose which fire extinguisher to use for which kind of fire, unless I am actually struck in one!

Now here are a few tips about how to study and pass this exam effectively. Good and bad things have been said about Shon Harris's book. Most of the time people are happy with the fact that this book is a one stop shop and covers the entire curriculum quite comprehensively. Likewise, most of the time, people are frustrated by the bad jokes and the poor editing. Both charges are true. This was pretty much the only book I used to study and though I did peek into Ronald Krutz from time to time, I found that Krutz is not only a drier textbook but also that it covers a lot of detail that goes beyond the scope of the exam. For instance in the cryptography chapter, Krutz goes into the details of the algorithms in some depth that this not required for the exam. So, after all it is true that Harris's book is "All-in-One" as it claims to be. It is however entirely true that the editing is shoddy. Other people have said in their reviews that Shon Harris's lighthearted writing style makes the CISSP preparation a lot more bearable. While its okay to be light hearted and humorous, it is quite frustrating to sit down at home after a day's work at the office and have to wade through half a dozen pages before she gets to the meat of the matter. With some intelligent editing, the number of pages in this book can really be cut down by at least a third. Because of this rambling style of writing, so much of the truly useful information has been relegated to the appendices in this book. So after all this bashing, should I buy this book or not, you ask? Yes, you should buy it. Not because it is flawless but because the other books are a little more flawed than this one!

So what do you do about the long winded writing? Take notes. That way you dont have to wade through it again when you are looking for some particular piece of information the day before the exam. I took about 200 pages of notes as I read this book. The summary at the end of each chapter is very succinct, so between the summaries and the notes, I was able to revise the whole book in a couple of days just before the exam. This was truly helpful. This is probably just my style but taking notes also drove the concepts down deeper into my memory.

While it may be possible to pass this exam with just this book, you'd be well advised to try a few practice tests. I got Boson's six tests but used only three. I have complaints about the quality of the Boson tests. Several of the questions were very badly framed, some of them were out of the exam's scope and many explanations were unconvincing. Some of the URL links in the explanation were broken. There is a feedback menu item on the Boson test that I used extensively to tell them they need to improve but I know other people have done that and it is not clear Boson actually takes this feedback seriously. Despite all these complaints, I think the tests helped. Boson allows you to take the tests in chunks of sixty questions each and that helps because you don't have to set apart 6 hours at once to take the entire exam. It also helps that Boson splits your score by domain and shows you clearly where you need to improve. So despite all the deficiencies, try Boson. I have also heard from other CISSPs that PrepLogic has a good set of questions that mirror the real exam quite closely and you may want to try that out too.

The other study tool I used was Shon Harris's 3-DVD collection and this in my opinion is a total waste. You cannot use it as a standalone resource to pass the exam though it is mostly a summary of the concepts covered in the textbook. There is an occasional video that helps you understand concepts better but for the most part, you just have Harris's talking head and deadpan voice. This may have been useful if it had been an audio CD instead, at a fraction of the price.

A lot of people also have good things to say about [...] which has a CISSP discussion forum, free reading material and free practice tests. I didn't use it at all and was still able to pass but it'd be a good idea to check it out.

Good luck with your CISSP.
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All-in-One is Recommended with Reservations. 18 novembre 2005
Par T. Bass - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Dear All, I recently completed my CISSP review studies, passed the exam, and completed the CISSP endorsement process. This is a very worth while endeavor and, as someone with many years of Internet security and risk management experience, I highly recommend the CISSP certification process for everyone. Reviewing the 10 common bodies of knowledge (CBK) has value for everyone in the IT business and I am very pleased to have taken the time to review the material and complete the exam. For my self-study review, I purchased four books via Amazon: (1) The CISSP Pre Guide - Gold Edition by Ronald L. Krutz and Russell Dean Vines, (2) All-In-One CISSP Exam Guide, Third Edition by Shon Harris, (3) Official (ISC)2 Guide to the CISSP Exam by Susan Hansche, John Berti and Chris Hare, and (4) CISSP Certified Information Security Professional Training Guide by Roberta Bragg. Each of these texts came with a CDROM for practicing test questions on a Windows PC and covered the 10 CISSP CBKs. I found the first three CISSP books in my list to be helpful. Of those three, the most helpful was The CISSP Prep Guide - Gold Edition by Krutz and Vines. This book is concise, well written, and easy to read. The CDROM is excellent and nearly error free. The text is well thought out and informative. I also recommend Shon Harris' book, with reservation. I found it hard to get to the required CISSP information, at times, due to the attempts at humor in the book. The CDROM of sample test questions were also very good, albeit not as rich in features as the book by Krutz and Vines. The Official (ISC)2 Guide to the CISSP Exam by Susan Hansche, John Berti and Chris Hare was a disappointment. This book read just like a cut-and-paste from the Internet and other documents; and the companion CDROM was full of errors and omissions. After a while I stopped using this text book and focused on the first two. I am sorry to say that CISSP Certified Information Security Professional Training Guide by Roberta Bragg was a complete disappointment from every perspective. The CDROM example tests were riddled with errors and omissions. For those interested in my self-study technique, I took each book and studied one (sometimes two) of each of the CBK chapters each day. Then, I repeated the same process for each of the other books, except for the book by Bragg, which was dropped for reasons mentioned. I took all the sample tests repeatedly, before and after and then again. I must have practiced between 4000-5000 sample questions. It was challenging and enjoyable. In summary, I highly recommend Krutz and Vines and also recommend, with reservation, the book by Shon Harris. No single book can cover the entire CBK of the CISSP. The more you study, the better. Best of luck on your CISSP studies. The CISSP is certainly an experience that will improve your knowledge of the field of IT security and benefit the profession at-large.
27 internautes sur 31 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Really all you will need 9 janvier 2002
Par Terry McGill - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I have been studying for the CISSP exam for several months and bought one other study guide (the Prep Guide). Studying the stack of books ISC2 indicates seemed to only confuse me and overwhelm me with what exactly was the information I needed to know for the exam and the Prep Guide flew through concepts I thought were actually very important.
The All-In-One guide seems to have an amazing amount of coverage over the concepts ISC2 indicates in their outline of topics that is on the exam. It seems like 10-12 books have been combined into one, which makes it a lot easier to understand and digest.
I am very appreciative that this book is available for me.
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