CISSP Materials

Course Materials:

*Official (ISC)2 Guide to the CISSP CBK Textbook
*Student Study Guide for each of the eight domains (General Information & Presentation)
*Transcender Access Code & Instructions (Practice Exam)

Course Resources:

*Access to private LinkedIn discussion group for students. Students will receive an invitation.
*UD Training Materials: via Dropbox students have easy access to materials and supplements.
*10 Minute or Less Videos: a series of videos called CISSP in 10 Minutes or Less to prepare for the exam. These videos will be shared with students in Dropbox.

The New CISSP Body of Knowledge Domains:

*Security and Risk Management
*Asset Security
*Security Engineering
*Communication & Network Security
*Identity & Access Management
*Security Assessment & Testing
*Security Operations
*Software Development Security

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