{download eBook} CISSP: A Comprehensive Beginner's Guide to learn and understand the Realms of CISSP from A-ZAuthor Daniel Jones – Avengersinfinitywarfullmovie.de

The Certified Information System Security Practitioner CISSP is the most dominant, most mature and vendor neutral information security certification The CISSP A Comprehensive Beginners Guide to Learn and Understand the Realms of CISSP from A Z is aligned to provide the reader a simplified, easy to understand, and concise learning pack to get started and prepared for the examination This book covers A Z on CISSP, in other words, all thedomains and nothing less The content included in the book provides the latest information according to the most recent CISSP exam curriculum Security and Risk Management Asset Security Security Architecture and Engineering Communication and Network Security Identity and Access Management IAM Security Assessment and Testing Security Operations Software Development SecurityThe book includes additional information for difficult topics, including tables, and graphics The topics also include references to resources, including the links to governing bodies, compliance requirements, issues and official websites and their references Such information helps the reader to obtain information and get him herself organized as both a student, as well as a security practitionerEach chapter covers a complete CISSP domain in a clear and concise manner with information that guides the reader to the next domain The book also includes all of the information required to register and to prepare for the CISSP examination, including tips and references to the required websites and courseware

6 thoughts on “CISSP: A Comprehensive Beginner's Guide to learn and understand the Realms of CISSP from A-Z

  1. Mr. Kenneth Bearman Mr. Kenneth Bearman says:

    As far as I can tell this is a self published work and it shows The domains of the CISSP are covered, but there are some really silly typographic errors such as repeated sentences and poor formatting which should have been fixed at the editing proofreading stages Also some of the graphics used have illegible keys at the size they are reproduced.Mostly quite large print and lots of white space suggests this could have been condensed in to a much smaller book It s a good introduction to the subject, but I don t think it would suffice alone if you wanted to take the exams.

  2. circuitwiringdiagram.co Customer circuitwiringdiagram.co Customer says:

    I find it hard to put my trust in it when there is at least 1 typo on every page.

  3. thomas w thomas w says:

    I like this book because before reading this book, it was complicated for me to understand the certified information system security practitioner I love the communication and network security chapter so much.

  4. Peggy Bartlett Peggy Bartlett says:

    This book is not worth the money I paid for it Not only are there major gramatical errors, it s as if no one proofread the manuscript before publishing There are spelling errors and typos in the text I am shocked and so disappointed in this purchase I want a refund I rate this book 0 out of 5 stars.

  5. NavyMoose NavyMoose says:

    Poorly edited with numerous grammatical and spelling errors I bought this book hoping it was an alternative to the 11th Hour CISSP prep book.The Sybex book is the Gold Standard for CISSP and I strongly recommend it over this one.

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