[Owasp-austin] CISSP Study Group

Mano Paul mano.paul at securisksolutions.com
Fri Sep 25 07:35:16 EDT 2009


Hey Josh
Let's talk about ISC2 certs when I come back into Austin this week.  
Thanks
Mano
P.s thAnk you for the cigars and security invite. I will try to be  
there for the upcoming meetings. Kindly remind me when that is held  
and is it weekly, monthly ...



On Sep 24, 2009, at 11:47, Josh Sokol <josh.sokol at ni.com> wrote:

>
> Hello,
>
> Wondering if anyone out there in OWASP land is interested in being a  
> part of the CISSP study group that I am starting up next Tuesday?   
> The study group will meet in the same location as the OWASP meetings  
> (National Instruments) from 6-9 PM every Tuesday for the next 11  
> weeks.  This will give us enough time to cover the 10 domains of  
> security as well as a week for review prior to the CISSP exam here  
> in Austin.  The tentative schedule is below.  Please e-mail me back  
> if you would like to participate.  Thanks!
>
> About the Study Group: I am organizing this study group out of my  
> interests in security and my desire to take the CISSP exam.  All of  
> you have expressed an interest to me at one time or another in being  
> a part of the study group or in obtaining your CISSP certification  
> so you are receiving this invite.  Please let me know now if you are  
> not willing to seriously contribute to the study group.  We will  
> begin the study group on September 29, 2009 with an in-person  
> meeting of all interested parties.  Dean has graciously offered to  
> lead the discussion on this date, but please make sure that you have  
> read your text's section on "Access Control" prior to attending.  I  
> will need each person to pick three domains that they would like to  
> lead the discussions on.  These can be domains that you know  
> everything about or nothing about.  It doesn't matter.  The goal is  
> for us all to learn here.  Please send me your list of three domains  
> ASAP and I will assign everyone 1-2 primary and 1-2 alternate  
> slots.  I will do my best to make sure that you get your desired  
> section, but I can't guarantee anything.  Thanks.
>
> Textbook: You are free to chose your own textbook.  I have a copy of  
> Mike Meyers' CISSP(R) Certification Passport by Shon Harris that I  
> will be using likely amongst other texts.  Everyone must have at  
> least one textbook that they can bring with them to the study group.
>
> Week 1: September 29, 2009
> Access Control
> Primary: Dean Bushmiller
> Alternate:
> Week 2: October 6, 2009
> Application Security
> Primary: Josh Sokol
> Alternate:
> Week 3: October 13, 2009
> Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning
> Primary:
> Alternate:
> Week 4: October 20, 2009
> Cryptography
> Primary:
> Alternate:
> Week 5: October 27, 2009
> Information Security and Risk Management
> Primary:
> Alternate:
> Week 6: November 3, 2009
> Legal, Regulations, Compliance and Investigations
> Primary:
> Alternate:
> Week 7: November 10, 2009
> Operations Security
> Primary:
> Alternate:
> Week 8: November 17, 2009
> Physical (Environmental) Security
> Primary:
> Alternate:
> Week 9: November 24, 2009
> Security Architecture and Design
> Primary:
> Alternate:
> Week 10: December 1, 2009
> Telecommunications and Network Security
> Primary:
> Alternate:
> Week 11: December 8, 2009
> REVIEW
>
> Exam Date: December 12, 2009 in Austin, TX
>
> Sincerely,
>
> Josh Sokol (CCNA, GWAS)
> Web Systems Engineer
> National Instruments
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