Friday, February 1, 2013

CISSP Study Notes

It has been a while when I passed my CISSP exam. I don't think that an introduction is needed to describe the CISSP exam; it is well known how important is for an Information Security professional.
Because of some "tidiness projects" I have taken over in my house, I found my lost CISSP study material! However, I found that my notes were a little bit destroyed in their upper parts, but they are still readable.
I decided to "digitize" them and share them with Information Security community. My main study resource was Shon Harris' All-in-One-Exam Guide (all times classic!) and therefore any page reference found in my notes, is referred to this book.
Please note that -as every personal notes- my notes are not perfect. What is more, they focus on domains that I needed -or wanted?- to focus more. There sure will have mistakes on them too! So, I don't want to take this as a disclaimer, but use at your own risk! :P
I suggest you to use them -if you wish- as an auxiliary material, and of course I need your feedback! If I have a mistake or any kind of misinterpretation on them, I would be grateful if you could share it with me.
 
Good luck with your exams!
 

16 comments:

  1. thanks for taking the time in doing that. I will share with one of my friends preparing for the exam.

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  2. Hi Andreas.... Thanks! Haven't looked at the notes yet, but I will!

    G

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  3. thankyou very much.. will go through them and then let u know

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  4. I want to start my preparation for CISSP. Can I start with your notes. Which book is the best one I should refer to?

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    1. I have used the clasic one: All-in-One-Exam Guide, by Shon Harris.
      Good luck! :)

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    2. Hi, "The" reference is definitely this one: http://isc2education.org/shop/books-literature/isc-press-publications/official-isc-guide-to-the-cissp-cbk-third-edition.html

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  5. Hello Andreas, thanks a lot for the notes am now going through them bearing in mind am having an exam today on CISSP....

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  6. Andreas Athanasoulias,

    Looks great and yummy!! as a fellow RHUL MSc grad I look forward to reading your material, and taking the exam soon. I am a grad of 2010-11 btw and it's the best :)
    Have a good day :)

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  7. Thank you for you valuable note.

    I request if possible can you share the full copy of notes , since i have found only 5 domain are covered in the attached file.It will be helpful for me to prepare for the exam.

    Thanks&Regards.
    Jude

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    1. Hello Jude,

      These notes were all that I could find...

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  8. Thanks for sharing your experience. I have just begun my CISSP studying and have already found the information both relevant and interesting.

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  9. Thanks mate, its guys like you who make the world go round. = )

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