*** (ISC)² CISSP OFFICIAL STUDY APP ***
Prepare for the vendor-neutral CISSP certification with this (ISC)² official app based on bestselling Sybex study guide by James Michael Stewart , Mike Chapple and Darril Gibson. It includes flashcards, study questions and practice tests covering 100% of all exam objectives.
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STUDY QUESTIONS: 450+ realistic practice questions with in-depth explanations.
FLASHCARDS: 370+ flashcards of key concepts at your fingertips.
PRACTICE TESTS: Multiple practice and mock tests to assess your exam readiness. Tests are randomly generated every time you take the test. Take often to be better prepared for the real test.
BOOKMARKS: Bookmark difficult questions and flashcards. Access them easily later.
TEST PERFORMANCE: Check your test performance improvement over time.
The practice test questions and flashcards thoroughly examine:
1. Security and Risk Management
2. Asset Security
3. Security Engineering
4. Communication and Network Security
5. Identity and Access Management
6. Security Assessment and Testing
7. Security Operations
8. Software Development Security
ABOUT THE CISSP PROGRAM
CISSP is the most globally recognized certification in the information security market. Required by the world’s most security-conscious organizations, CISSP is the industry-leading credential that assures you have the deep technical and managerial knowledge and experience to effectively design, engineer, and manage the overall security posture of an organization. For more information, visit www.isc2.org.
About the Authors
James Michael Stewart, CISSP, CEH, CHFI, Security+, has focused on security, certification, and various operating systems for more than 20 years. He teaches numerous job skill and certification courses.
Mike Chapple, PhD, CISSP, is Senior Director for IT Service Delivery at the University of Notre Dame. He oversees information security, data governance, IT architecture, project management, strategic planning, and product management functions.
Darril Gibson, CISSP, is CEO of YCDA, LLC. He regularly writes and consults on a variety of technical and security topics, and has authored or coauthored more than 35 books.
The applications CISSP Study - (ISC)² OFFICIAL APP was published in the category Education on 2016-03-24 and was developed by learnZapp. The file size is 9.64 MB. The current version is 4.0 and works well on 8.0 and high ios versions.
minor bug fixes.
Included Domain names on the main page.
It provide you feedback when u get an answer wrong. It is helpful! Wish they can provide more questions. Must be realistic to the real CISSP test
Its ok but it doesnt store individual missed questions for later review
Great for when you're laying in bed at night, on lunch break, or stuck in a 5 hour Friday meeting WHO THE HELL DOES THAT, KEN??!
The CISSP Study app provides a concise and effective approach to studying for the CISSP Exam.
Let's you bookmark items you need to study more. Helpful for studying on the go! I prefer this to the written 2016 ICS2 CISSP Official Practice test books - which I have also completed but have to grade myself.
Ignore any negative reviews. This app was great. The flashcards plus quizzes plus practice tests plus mock tests was a great format; you'll learn way more than the exam could ever cover, and that's OK. I wouldn't start here, but if you've had a training class and/or read other books and want to get the material conceptually organized in your head (plus learn a lot of pertinent vocabulary), this app is great. I used it for a three week review before the test, deep diving into about a unit a day, plus making my own paper flash cards while I studied, and I passed. You can do it!
This should cost not more than $2. The question bank is not even close to what you can have in the book, yet this app claims it is 100% book content. I gave 2 stars because it is not totally useless. You can still get like 5% knowledge by using it while you're in a wait.
I don't understand why this app even costs money. You only get a set amount of flash cards and questions. The app doesn't tell you that you're done with questions or Flashcards. You have to notice why the next button is no longer advancing you. The idea behind having you choose unanswered questions gives the impression there are more but there isn't which is dumb why you have to choose. Also it doesn't hold the bookmarks or score your answers unless you're taking one of the tests. Very poor quality and I would like my money back
Good enough for quick CISSP studies while on the road. Just has a basic feature set, but what do you expect for free? The content is accurate, which is the most important thing.