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Re: [PEN-TEST] Cissp
From: Bradley M Alexander <storm () TUX ORG>
Date: Tue, 12 Sep 2000 11:48:29 -0400

On Mon, Sep 11, 2000 at 04:20:19PM -0700, Sassaman, Kim wrote:
This is off topic but what resources did you use to study for the CISSP
certification.  Im looking into taking the exam and was wondering if there
were some better refrences than the study guide availiable??

Hi Kim,

I took the seminar, along with my boss. We also used the SRV books as a
basis to get used to the style of the questions and the length of the test,
since neither of us had done this style of test since college.

Aside from the experience factor, I found the O'Reilly computer security
basics fairly helpful, as well as the Information Security Handbook.


Best of luck to you.
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--Brad
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Bradley M. Alexander, CISSP              |   Co-Chairman,
Beowulf System Admin/Security Specialist |    NoVALUG/DCLUG Security SIG
Winstar Telecom                          |   balexander () winstar com
(703) 889-1049                           |   storm () tux org
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                                        --Rules of the Air, #8


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