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I have a couple of questions about the CISSP certifications.

1. I know this question has been asked many times in the past but I want to know again from other sources too.

Which book or books are good to prepare for the CISSP exam?

2. Which do you think are good boot camps out there to prepare for the CISSP exam?

Thanks,

Pepino125.
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mastering ten domains by krutz;Official guide to CISSP exam by Susan...These're my fav...Boot camps I've attended a couple...I can say I am satisified...its not about how much you learn but the very good tips n knowledge you get from those excellent guys out ther...
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oopps...any My best wishes to you..:)
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by:ViRoy
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i really liked this site http://www.braindumps.com/CISSP.htm
they have bootcamp reviews too
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CISSP(R) All-in-One Exam Guide, Third Edition (All-in-One)
by Shon Harris

I used the 2nd edition about 2 years ago to review for my CISSP. With the book and knowledge I had (no boot camp required) - I passed the test on the first time.

Good luck with the Exam - If you have the experience and don't over-analyze the question/answers, you should do fine

Grant Moyle, CISSP


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by:tmehmet
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books alone are note quite enough, they all pretty much do the job, its not a technical exam.

you'll need to check that you have understood the concepts, go to www.boson.com, they have cissp exams covering all topics in great details with explanations.  A half decent book, boson and a good memory will get you thru the exam.

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