sponsored by Global Knowledge
Posted:  03 Apr 2006
Published:  01 Mar 2006
Format:  PDF
Length:  7  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:
The first thing most people hear about the CISSP examination is how difficult or unfair the questions are. Although this may be a good warning, it does not begin to prepare you to do well on the exam itself. For some of the CISSP exam questions, just knowing the facts is not enough. These questions are referred to as "hard questions". This paper examines seven types of hard questions you are likely to see on the CISSP examination and the best approaches for solving them.

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Author

Doug Landoll
Founder ,  Veridyn, Inc.
Doug Landoll (dlandoll@veridyn.com), CISSP, CISA, is a 15-year veteran of information security and founder of Veridyn, Inc. (www.veridyn.com) Veridyn Inc. is an information security consulting firm specializing in regulated industries. Veridyn offers independent security consulting to meet a wide array of business security needs with services including assessment and development of complete security programs for the private and public sector. Veridyn security consultants are experienced engineers with proven ability to develop, implement, and manage security programs that support business and financial objectives.



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