- ペーパーバック: 352ページ
- 出版社: Wiley; 1版 (2002/10/11)
- 言語: 英語
- ISBN-10: 0471236632
- ISBN-13: 978-0471236634
- 発売日： 2002/10/11
- 商品パッケージの寸法: 18.8 x 2 x 23.5 cm
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Advanced CISSP Prep Guide: Exam Q&A (英語) ペーパーバック – 2002/10/11
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Get ready to pass the CISSP exam and earn your certification with this advanced test guide
Used alone or as an in-depth supplement to the bestselling The CISSP Prep Guide, this book provides you with an even more intensive preparation for the CISSP exam. With the help of more than 300 advanced questions and detailed answers, you'll gain a better understanding of the key concepts associated with the ten domains of the common body of knowledge (CBK). Each question is designed to test you on the information you'll need to know in order to pass the exam. Along with explanations of the answers to these advanced questions, you'll find discussions on some common incorrect responses as well. In addition to serving as an excellent tutorial, this book presents you with the latest developments in information security. It includes new information on:
- Carnivore, Echelon, and the U.S. Patriot Act
- The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) and recent rulings
- The European Union Electronic Signature Directive
- The Advanced Encryption Standard, biometrics, and the Software Capability Maturity Model
- Genetic algorithms and wireless security models
- New threats and countermeasures
The CD-ROM includes all the questions and answers from the book with the Boson-powered test engine.
RONALD L. KRUTZ, PhD, PE, CISSP, is Director of Privacy for Corbett Technologies, specializing in information assurance and privacy appraisal methodologies. Dr. Krutz is also a distinguished visiting lecturer in the University of New Haven Computer Forensics Program. He was a lead instructor for the CISSP CBK review seminars, former associate director of the Carnegie Mellon Research Institute (CMRI), and a faculty member in the Carnegie Mellon University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Krutz is the author of four previous books, including The CISSP Prep Guide (Wiley).
RUSSELL DEAN VINES, CISSP, CCNA, MCSE, MCNE, is President and founder of the RDV Group Inc., a New York City-based security consulting services firm. His company is active in detecting, preventing, and solving security vulnerabilities for clients in government, finance, and new media organizations. He directed the Security Consulting Services Group for Realtech Systems Corporation, and managed international information networks for CBS/Fox Video, Inc. Vines is the author of Wireless Security Essentials and coauthor of The CISSP Prep Guide (both from Wiley).
問題は本編内のAdvanced Sample Questionsとまったく一緒です。
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This is not an addendum to the first book but rather a cut to bone manual that focuses on the exam objectives. While it may appear that the small manual is nothing more than questions and answers, after reading the text I found it provided more than just bullet points.
There is over 200 questions with detailed explanations to work with as well as a cd-rom, using the highly successful, Boson testing engine with an additional set of practice questions. Used as a final preparation tool or as a supplement to The CISSP Prep Guide, either way you have a great study tool.
I liked the book very much. I liked that newer information is included like wireless networking HIPAA and other topics.
I think the book is about 100 pages too thick. One can literally rip out the first 99 pages and not loose any content. The first 99 pages are all the questions. The rest of the book are the questions repeated again along with the answers. I couldn't help but think someone went out of their way to create a bigger book knowing that all the information could've been covered in fewer pages.
Since the original CISSP Study Guide is also formatted this way I guess it's okay, but it still wastes a lot of paper IMHO and more than likely adds to the cost of the book.
Call it a pet peave I guess. Other than that, a great book and highly recommended.