Debra S. Isaac, SSCP, CISSP | Michael J. Isaac, SSCP, CISSP,
«The SSCP Prep Guide: Mastering the Seven Key Areas of System Security»
Wiley (2003) | ISBN 0471273511 | PDF | 528 pages | Download Size: 3,86 Mb
- SSCP (System Security Certified Practitioner) is the companion test to CISSP, appealing to the practitioners who implement the security policies that the CISSP-certified professionals create
- Organized exactly like the bestselling The CISSP Prep Guide (0-471-41356-9) by Ronald L. Krutz and Russell Dean Vines, who serve as consulting editors for this book..
- This study guide greatly enhances the reader's understanding of how to implement security policies, standards, and procedures in order to breeze through the SSCP security certification test.
A one-stop source of security and privacy information for IT professionals, covering everything you’ll need to know to pass the Systems Security Certified Practitioner examination
This prep guide and general reference will help you breeze through the SSCP security certification test by greatly enhancing your understanding of how to implement security policies, standards, and procedures. Covered in detail are the seven domains of the common body of knowledge (CBK), as defined by the (ISC)2. Explore such topics as access controls, administration, audit and monitoring, cryptography, and data communications. Test yourself with 30 sample practice questions for each domain, which are similar to those you’ll encounter on the SSCP examination.
Providing you with all the tools you’ll need to become proficient in systems security, this guide covers:
- Mechanisms to specify user and process rights
- System vulnerabilities, safeguards, and recovery plans and procedures
- Means to disguise information to ensure its integrity, confidentiality, authenticity, and nonrepudiation
- Ways to protect against infection, abuse, or negative impacts to the proper operation of an information processing system or network