[TriLUG] any CISSPs on the list?
mike at enoch.org
Sun Aug 22 17:27:50 EDT 2004
Greg Brown [gregbrown at mindspring.com] wrote:
> A small CISSP study group is starting up and we are trying to figure
> out which is the best text book to use. So far I've heard that CISSP
> All-in-One Exam Guide by Shon Harrris is good choice.
> As a CISSP would you agree or disagree? The last thing I want to have
> happen is for our little group to pick up the wrong book from the start
> thereby making this process longer than it has to be.
> What are your top choices of textbooks for the CISSP material?
Not a CISSP myself, but I'm planning on it. I spent a night skimming
the books at Borders, and the one I found that looked best from a
material and an organizational perspective was this one:
_The CISSP Prep Guide: Mastering the CISSP and ISSEP Exams, Second
Edition_ by Ronald L. Krutz, Russell Dean Vines
Let us know what you find out, BTW. :)
PS I didn't respond about the CISSP study group because I "don't play
well with others."
"Spare me your space-age technobabble Atilla The Hun!" -- Zapp Brannigan
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