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From: Bianco, Chuck D (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Jan 07 2002 - 08:15:12 CST
I read many of the books on the list published at the ISC2 site. This book
came out long after I began my study. I also took Hal's class with Hal as
the instructor. The course is terrific. I also studied many items on
Clement Dupuis, www.cccure.org site -- the best free stuff you can find -- I
view the prep guide as a great way to study. If I had to do it over again,
I would study each chapter of the guide, and then go out to the various
other sites and reading material to gain understanding and some mastery over
topics I was not familiar with. I think this book allows you to study in a
deductive manner -- I studied more inductively and had to put it all
together before taking the test.
Chuck Bianco IT Examinations Manager
CISSP, CISA, FITR
The book is very useful. But you really need to read alot in order to pass.
Working experience count too.
Andrew Chong, CISSP
Senior System Architect
> Hi all, I was hoping to get some opinions back on The
> CISSP Prep Guide, written by Ronald Krutz & Russell
> Vines. Has anyone used this as a reference for
> preparing for the exam? Did you find the content
> covered useful? Anything you didn't like about it? I
> am looking to add it to my existing exam material.
> Thanks in advance.
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