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CISSP Study Guide par [Conrad, Eric, Misenar, Seth, Feldman, Joshua]
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"Gives you everything you need and nothing you don't. One of the temptations you face as an author of a certification prep book or course is to include information that you feel is important, but not related to preparation for the certification. Eric Conrad has shown incredible discipline in keeping this book focused on preparing you to take the CISSP." --Stephen Northcutt, President, The SANS Technology Institute 

Présentation de l'éditeur

The CISSP certification is the most prestigious, globally-recognized, vendor neutral exam for information security professionals. The newest edition of this acclaimed study guide is aligned to cover all of the material included in the newest version of the exam’s Common Body of Knowledge. The ten domains are covered completely and as concisely as possible with an eye to acing the exam.

Each of the ten domains has its own chapter that includes specially designed pedagogy to aid the test-taker in passing the exam, including: Clearly stated exam objectives; Unique terms/Definitions; Exam Warnings; Learning by Example; Hands-On Exercises; Chapter ending questions. Furthermore, special features include: Two practice exams; Tiered chapter ending questions that allow for a gradual learning curve; and a self-test appendix



  • Provides the most complete and effective study guide to prepare you for passing the CISSP exam—contains only what you need to pass the test, with no fluff!
  • Eric Conrad has prepared hundreds of professionals for passing the CISSP exam through SANS, a popular and well-known organization for information security professionals
  • Covers all of the new information in the Common Body of Knowledge updated in January 2012, and also provides two practice exams, tiered end-of-chapter questions for a gradual learning curve, and a complete self-test appendix

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 599 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 1597499617
  • Editeur : Syngress; Édition : 2 (1 septembre 2012)
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71 internautes sur 71 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Very Good Book. But you will need more. 6 décembre 2012
Par A. S. Arvind - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I just passed the CISSP exam today and wanted to review the book after taking the exam. I want to write a detailed comparison between this one, the official guide and Shon Harris' book - but I will just try to keep it short.

This book covers "almost" all of the topics you can expect to be tested in the exam. The exam itself includes 25 questions that won't be graded and will be used only for research purposes. If you already have enough (real deep) experience in IT Security Domain, then this book is "probably" enough for you.

The biggest plus of this book, which I really love, is the precise approach used to explain complex topics. The authors, have a done a brilliant job in explaining really complicated stuff in just 1 or 2 lines. For e.g., Polyinstantiaion and Polymorphism are explained superbly. The official book might make you faint if you read those topics.

The book tries to cover all domains in about 500 pages compared to other study materials that do in 1000 pages. Simple english is used through out so that first time readers will understand the principles and concepts without trouble. The Authors believe that even core-security concepts can be explained without complexity and they have proved it. The book also has real life examples that are a good read and can also help you grasp ideas and concepts relatively easily.

The only reason I gave 4 stars for this book is that the book claims that you will pass the first time - and may be you will! But you shouldn't take that chance and still read other materials that help you pass the exam and obtain the certification. The reason I say this is because, the book is very precise and "when" (not "if") you need an even more detailed reading - which you will on some topics - you definitely need something big like Shon Harris or even the official book.

Apart from Books, you will also need to get practice questions from elsewhere. The included questions in the book are really awesome and was useful during the exam. You can look in the internet sites like transcender, cccure to purchase/subscribe to practice questions. Know your weakness and work on it. Take notes - most important. Grasp Ideas/Concepts and understand "why" - the reason behind answers or explanations.

You want to get a quick understanding of complex topics? - read this book. Now you want to dig more on that topic? - get the bigger ones. Keep both side by side and help yourself understand. Don't forget to take notes while you study. It will help you remember weaker areas and focus on it.

Don't take notes for topics you already know - take only for ones that you need to study or remember again and again. For e.g, I come from a networking background and my notes on the topic "Telecom and Network Security" was just 2 pages. But Cryptography went on for 5 pages! Just note down what is new to you and things that will be complex to remember - like SDLC Phases, BCP Steps etc.

Another reason for the 4 stars is that I simply couldn't get the two practice exams that were promised in the description. I got a link to publisher's website where the practice exams were hosted but the exams are simply not there. The page won't load any questions. Not even an error message. It would be really great if the authors included the exams in a CD that could be installed on a laptop or something like that.

Anyway, get this book if you want to pass the exam. This can serve as a very good revision material yet still help understand complex topics quite easily.
23 internautes sur 23 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 The best of the three books I purchased for the CISSP 11 octobre 2012
Par Robert T. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Of all of the books I used to study for the CISSP, this was easily my favorite. I tried making my way through the entire CBK, but it was too dry and boring. I then picked up a Shon Harris book, but it was an absolute waste of paper. The Eric Conrad book was the only one that I was actually read cover to cover without feeling like my brain was melting. My only complaint is that the two online tests mentioned in the beginning were way too easy. They are not a good indication of what you will see on the actual test at all. After reading through this book, I did another week and a half of studying / cccure test questions, and then I took (and passed) the test. I highly recommend this book for people who just want something that is straight to the point and well thought out. Or -- as I like to say it -- I recommend this book for those that hate to read.
14 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 The only book I used to pass the CISSP 11 novembre 2012
Par Obiwan21 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This was definitely the most valuable of my study aids. It was straight to the point and explained concepts clearly. I used other sources (FEDVTE CBT, Skillport CBT, SSI Logic Online Practice Questions) but this was the only book. I would recommend not using this as your only source to study due to the sheer amount of information on the exam. With the study aids listed, I was able to pass the exam on the first attempt. I hope this helps and good luck.
12 internautes sur 12 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Hands Down. Best Review Guide (read: guide, not textbook) 1 mars 2013
Par John McCoy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Before you read further, please be aware that no single study source is sufficient to cover the broad scope of the CISSP exam. Not even the Official Candidate Bulletin or the ISC2 book covers "everything" in all 10 domains.

That being said, onto the review:

Hands down, straight to the point, no fuss, clear explanations of concepts in less than a paragraph is a very tactful art that Eric Conrad has managed to achieve in this book. Reading this book I learned and retained more concepts in 2 weeks than I would have from reading Shon Harris or the Official texts in a month. Important points are clearly highlighted to show you what concepts are likely to appear in the exam. Limited but relevant scenarios help enforce the concepts covered each chapter. Did I also mention it's available for the Kindle?

The "straightforwardness" of this book has its downsides. You are not expected to already know the security concepts, that's what this book is teaching you. However, you're expected to have an understanding of some "non-security" background technologies this book references - Active Directory, Vulnerability Scanners, **LINUX** (this is the big one), and Network File Shares - basic concepts that an experienced SysAdmin should have no problems grasping.

Because it's a guide, not full-blown textbook - Be aware that Eric will point you to more reading materials on the web by giving the URL sources (especially for public standards) instead of explaining them in the book itself. For me this is good because it forces the reader to actively research on the concepts being presented. Also note that the book is not updated as frequently as the industry, so hyperlinks can sometimes be outdated. Nonetheless, being in IT you're expected to know how to use Google for the latest information.

Some weak points include the review questions, these are a bit short and do not really test your understanding as they do your ability to retain information. CISSP is not about memorizing.
You should look into supplementing these from cccure.org or other practice question banks.

In conclusion, this book is a great "guide" for your journey to passing the CISSP. But also tap into your inner techie instincts and use Google for concepts you do not understand.

Lastly, ISC2 does not own the CBK. The CBK is a neutral and "universal" library of security knowledge. The CBK is a guide. If you were to know everything for each of the CBK domains you would be an access control-network-security governance-disaster recovery-manager-etc... subject matter expert. An inch deep and a mile wide is what you're aiming for. A brief understanding and awareness that such "concepts" exist is what you're aiming for.
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Start with Conrad's book, then use Harris' for more practice and depth 16 mars 2015
Par Ozusa - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I passed the CISSP exam on the first attempt after two and half months of preparation. I have 20+ years in IT, including a lot of IP networking. I attended no CISSP courses.

My objective was to pass on the first attempt, and not study more material than necessary.

Minimizing the total cost of books bought was NOT an objective. I decided that money on books would be well-spent and I did not hesitate to buy them. I bought four books.
- Shon Harris' CISSP Boxed Set (includes two books)
- Eric Conrad's CISSP Study Guide
- Eric Conrad's 11th Hour CISSP Study Guide

My approach was as follows:
1) I read Conrad's main book first, doing the practice questions in it as I went along, a chapter at a time. This book is manageable and not overwhelming
2) After completing Conrad’s book, do the questions in Shon Harris' books, a chapter or test at a time. Do the questions before you read her chapter text. Use either the main Harris book or the practice exam book or both. It doesn't matter. (If all you know is what you learned earlier in Conrad’s book, then you will get some of Harris’ questions right and many of them wrong. That’s OK.)
3) After each test, as you mark your results, write down the terms you hadn’t seen before and didn’t get right.
4) Then dig into the Shon Harris' main book to learn more about the stuff you didn't know, using the index to find the page(s) you need
5) With a week to go, scan the glossary in Conrad's book and be comfortable you recognize all the terms, at least a little, and be sure that there are no terms you have no idea about
6) The 11th Hour Book may be of help to summarize and its practice exams are a great guide to help you see which chapters / areas you are weakest on. It was helpful, but the least-essential book if your budget is tight

I used the above approach because Conrad's book is much more accessible than Harris'. But Harris has more depth and questions to practice on.

I never read Harris’ book in its entirety. I found the CD in Harris’ boxed set to be of low value and didn’t access it much at all.

The sum of these books is more than the parts. As a minimum, get Conrad’s main book and Harris’ main book.
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