The CISSP Official (ISC)2 Practice Tests is a major resource for CISSP candidates, providing 1300 unique practice questions. The first part of the book provides 100 questions per domain so you can practice on any domains you know you need to brush up on. After that, you get two unique 250-question practice exams to help you master the material and practice simulated exam taking well in advance of the exam. The two practice exams cover all exam domains and are included in identical proportion to the exam itself to help you gauge the relative importance of each topic covered.
Chapter 1 Security and Risk Management (Domain 1)
Chapter 2 Asset Security (Domain 2)
Chapter 3 Security Engineering (Domain 3)
Chapter 4 Communication and Network Security (Domain 4)
Chapter 5 Identity and Access Management (Domain 5)
Chapter 6 Security Assessment and Testing (Domain 6)
Chapter 7 Security Options (Domain 7)
Chapter 8 Software Development Security (Domain 8)
Chapter 9 Practice Test 1
Chapter 10 Practice Test 2
Appendix Answers to Review Questions
Primary Audience: Security professionals who have spent several years in the field and are studying to get CISSP certified.
Secondary Audience: CISSP hopefuls who need a roadmap to attaining the long-term goal of CISSP certification. Existing CISSP certification holders looking to renew certification through CEUs and want a book with the updated domain coverage.
Mike Chapple is Senior Director for IT Service Delivery at the University of Notre Dame. In the past he was CIO of Brand Institute and an Information security researcher with the NSA and USAF. His primary areas of expertise include network intrusion and access controls. Mike is a frequesnt contributor to TechTarget's SearchSecurity site the author of more than 25 books including CISSP (ISC)2 Certified Information Systems Security Professional Official Study Guide, 7th Edition.
David Seidl is the Senior Director for Campus Technology Services at the University of Notre Dame. As the Senior Director for CTS, David is responsible for central platform and operating system support, database administration and services, identity and access management, application services, and email and digital signage. During his 18 year IT career, he has served in a variety of technical and information security roles including leading Notre Dame's information security team as Notre Dame's Director of Information Security. He currently teaches a popular course on networking and security for Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business.