Aside from his suggested books and question bank references, Rahul provides some truly great tips in his “Humble Tips” section. The most important of which anyone can take away is that one should write their OWN NOTES. Writing things down is SO helpful for studying in any exam, especially for the CISSP. If you are not willing to put in this bit of work, then you’ll have a difficult time accomplishing tasks with dedication and discipline in your own security career.
And believe me, the security career will push you harder than the CISSP exam EVER will!
Thanks again Rahul! I loved your humble tips!
I have cleared my CISSP recently and here is my preparation material & my goal is to keep it as simple & concise as possible.
a)Sybex Guide by James Stewart 7th edition. Read it & made my own notes.
b)Eric Conrad Cissp Study guide third edition<—Tip is to read this book after the sybex guide as it provides a high level summary.
c)Kelly Handerhan Free videos on CISSP<— I wont say that her videos helped immensely but there are few tips every now & then in her videos which are great for the exam.
d)Official CISSP CBK book 4th edition<—-I just read this like an overview,not everything only main highlights in 3 days.