The Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification is for security professionals with at least 5 years of IT security experience looking to validate a working knowledge of information technology security. One exam is necessary to be certified as a CISSP. The exam covers 10 domains of knowledge, including access control, business continuity, and security architecture.
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Prepare for the Telecommunications and Network Security section of the CISSP Certification exam.
This chapter introduces the trusted computer base and the ways in which systems can be evaluated to assess the level of security to help you prepare for the CISSP exam.
This chapter gives you some specific areas of knowledge to be familiar with for the CISSP exam and provides sample questions to test your familiarity with those areas.
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