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From: Brian O. Culver (Brian.Culver@oit.gatech.edu)
Date: Thu Jan 10 2002 - 13:44:37 CST
At 12:55 PM 1/10/2002 -0600, Curt Purdy wrote:
>Can you tell us what you feel were the most important factors in aiding you
>to pass i.e. best book, study material, etc.
Well... I only purchased the two R.Vallabhaneni's CISSP (Theory & Practice)
books.(Vol 1) I'm also a member of ISSA and attended my local CISSP
Study group. These helped me the most.
The R.Vallabhaneni books are the most 'dry' books I've ever read, but are
also the most informative. I read the theory book end-to-end, and re-read
domains that I don't normally think about on a regular basis. (i.e. Crypto
& Physical Security) Then tried a few of the practice questions to become
accustomed to the 'style' of questioning and took the sample exam in the
That's about all...
Hope that helps.