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Chapter 1: Finding, Interviewing for, and Getting the Job.
Pursuing a Degree.
The Perfect Job.
Accepting or Rejecting the Offer.
Nontechnical Interview Questions.
Chapter 2: Knowing Networks: Fundamentals.
Chapter 3: Knowing Security: Fundamentals.
Adjust Your Thinking.
Data Classification and Labeling.
Ethics in Information Security.
Daily Security Responsibilities.
Chapter 4: Understanding Regulations, Legislation, and Guidance.
Regulations, Legislation, and Guidance Defined.
Why Does an Employer Care?
Why Should You Care?
Government- and DoD-Specific Information.
Commercial Information Security.
Using This Information in the Interview.
Chapter 5: Knowing Firewalls: Fundamentals.
Chapter 6: Knowing Virtual Private Networks.
Goals and Assumptions.
The Cryptography of VPNs.
IP Security Review.
Alternatives to IPsec.
Chapter 7: Knowing IDS/IPS/IDP.
What Questions Do You Want to Ask Me?
Chapter 8: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Wireless but Were Afraid They' Ask.
Wireless Cards and Chipsets.
Wireless Drivers for Linux.
WLAN Detection (WarDriving).
Rogue Wireless Devices.
Chapter 9: Finding Your Posture.
History of Information Security.
Modern Information Security.
Determining the Security Posture.
Prioritizing the Vulnerabilities.
Chapter 10: Tools.
Enumeration, Port Scanning, and Banner Grabbing.
Password Compliance Testing.
Posted November 6, 2007
I have a CISSP but bought this book to prep for an IT security job in a hospital network. I landed the job and it was due in part to the prep from this book. These authors did their homework and definitely give the reader a comfort level for the live interview.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.