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From: Paul Innella (PaulInnella@TDISecurity.com)
Date: Mon Jul 16 2001 - 13:18:10 CDT
I think that in fact this resource is quite valuable. Though it is not
specifically tailored to meet the 10 Domains of the CISSP itself, the
information contained therein is completely useful and does pertain to
the overall nature of the exam.
Paul Innella, CISSP
From: Steiner, Kurt CWO [mailto:KSteiner@ESUMIAMI.uscg.mil]
Sent: Monday, July 16, 2001 11:15 AM
Subject: Computer Security Handbook
I already have, among many other books, both volumes of "Information
Security Management Handbook" 4th ed. by Harold F. Tipton (Editor),Micki
Krause (Editor). BTW a third edition comes out this October.
Any opinions or views on the 1995 book "Computer Security Handbook" by
Arthur E. Hutt (Editor),Douglas B. Hoyt (Editor),Seymour Bosworth
Would this resource still prove valuable if one already holds the Tipton
books and others?
Seventh Coast Guard District Information Systems Security Officer