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BS7799 and ISO 17799
The following resources should prove to be good starting points for the standards:

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BS7799 & ISO 27001
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BS7799, ISO 17799, ISO 27001
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ISO 17799, ISO 27001

 
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Advanced CISSP Prep Guide: Exam Q&A

It's good to get study questions from an authority. Since this review is pre-CISSP test I can't speak to the value of those questions. I'm certain they'll be right on target though. I liked the book very much. I liked that newer information is included like wireless networking HIPAA and other topics. I think the book is about 100 pages too thick. One can literally rip out the first 99 pages and not loose any content. The first 99 pages are all the questions. The rest of the book are the questions repeated again along with the answers. I couldn't help but think someone went out of their way to create a bigger book knowing that all the information could've been covered in fewer pages. Since the original CISSP Study Guide is also formatted this way I guess it's okay, but it still wastes a lot of paper IMHO and more than likely adds to the cost of the book. Call it a pet peave I guess. Other than that, a great book and highly recommended.

Added: May 19th 2003
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