CISSP is an abreviation for Certified Information Systems Security Professional. It is a certification offered by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium, AKA: (ISC)^2.

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Is there a “classic” information security textbook? [closed]

Much in the same way compilers has the dragon book, algorithms has the Cormen, and graphics has Foley & van Dam I am wondering what the book on computer security is. Not the "best" book, or the ...
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Is SESAME really used in Europe?

I am looking at a text that mentions that the Secure European System for Applications in a Multi-vendor Environment (SESAME) was designed to address some of Kerberos weakness, with enhancements such ...
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Does analyst API Flurry break Australian Privacy Act or any other Legal, Regulations, Compliance?

I want introduce Flurry API in my iOS app. But I heard since 2014 Australia start an act to against web page and mobile app to collect user information. My question is simple: Does using of API ...
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Is CISSP suitable for a Java architect? [closed]

I am a tech lead developing web (Java/JEE) and mobile applications (Android) for the past 12 years (mobile in last year though). I am somehow interested in IT security. Is it worth taking CISSP or ...
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Suggested books to study for CISSP? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Good (preferably free) resource for CISSP practice questions I intend to study to take the CISSP exam within the next few months. Could anyone who's taken the CISSP ...
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CISSP Certification [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Good (preferably free) resource for CISSP practice questions I am currently reviewing and aiming for a CISSP certification on the fourth quarter of this year. I've been ...
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Information Security Career tracks - Academically vs. IT certifications

I will try to be as straightforward as possible here. I am currently working as a security integrator at an integration company. I work with products of vendors like Check Point, Cisco, Juniper, HP, ...
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Legal Risk to unpatched servers

Since one of the 10 domains on the CISSP is legal/governance, I figured this would be the best place to ask. I recently did a security assessment for a non-profit. I found that their systems needed ...
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Best way to get “into the security industry”? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What are the career paths in the computer security field? I've been called a "jack of all trades" guy, who has been working in health care and finance for about seven ...
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How do I clearly distinguish between groups of formal and informal models?

I'm currently studying for the CISSP exam and would like to ensure that I'm using proper terminology when referring to models. I'm a little confused because I'm coming across generic and specific ...
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What is a practical example of an action that violates the non-interference model?

I'm studying the non-interference model as part of CISSP prep and am having trouble thinking of a practical example where a violation would be involved (and the consequences of those violations). I ...
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Is it correct to consider audits as exclusively “detective” in nature?

I'm studying for the CISSP exam and one of the video lecture points didn't quite make sense to me. The instructor was discussing access control administration areas and began categorizing certain ...
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Is it correct to consider Task Based Access Control as a type of RBAC?

I'm studying for CISSP certification and one of the video lectures I viewed (CBT Nuggets) really confused me. Here are some excerpts from the lecture: "Role Based Access Control doesn't ...
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Why does the ★-property rule of the Bell-Lapadula Model allow information to be stored in objects with HIGHER sensitivity labels?

I'm self-studying for the CISSP exam and am having difficulty wrapping my mind around the practical side of the ★-property rule in the Bell-Lapadula Model. I understand the mechanics of it and that ...
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How useful is CISSP to a recent graduate?

I am a recent graduate and would like to move into the IT Security field. My degree was just straight CS with no particular security focus. I have recently acquired a copy of a CISSP study guide and ...
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Good (preferably free) resource for CISSP practice questions

I'm looking to sit for my exam in a few weeks, and I want to have a good set of practice tests to bounce against and make sure that I'm up to par with the types of questions that will be asked.