Though almost all facts under the sun can now be found on the internet, there are still some who finds reading a book something worthwhile. Maybe because they got used to the old fashion way of working through the pages of the book from cover to cover or most probably, they belong to the small portion of the populace that are still not IT ready. Whatever their reasons are, the book will still remain as one of the primary source of information, especially when taking up certification exams such as the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).
Three books emerged as the bible of CISSP hopefuls, proven effective in delivering the most useful information in completing the CISSP exam with flying colors. First one is written by Shon Harris, a security consultant who was recognized as one of the top 25 women in Information Security. Her book, which is entitled CISSP All-in-One Exam Guide, is now on its third edition with topics that will definitely broaden a readers knowledge of the ten CBK domains.
Next up is CISSP for dummies, a complete package that comes with a book and a CD for your own viewing pleasure. Prepared by two of the most brilliant CISSP experts Lawrence Miller and Peter Gregory, this book covers a comprehensive study guide to learn more about the ten domains in a much wider perspective.
Lastly, check out the book entitled Official (ISC)2 Guide to the CISSP Exam. This book will lead you to an in-depth discussion of the ten domains to ease your way out of the CISSP exam. Written and edited by exam creators themselves, this is indeed a must-have for CISSP aspirants.