Aside from subnetting, did you ever think you’d use math when joining the information security field?
As a CISSP, you may one day find yourself part of a risk analysis team. The job of this team is to figure out the cost of assets and their associated value. But what’s the difference between cost and value?
There was a lot of stuff in the Security and Risk Management domain of the CISSP that I would never even think about in my past job(s) as a systems administrator. None of my previous employers ever mentioned anything about following ISO standards or operating under some “risk management framework”.
What was a framework anyway? It was frustrating to...
I was just working on CISSP Quiz #2 for the website when I started to recall my first day at my first security job. When I look back now, I realize each task could be mapped to confidentiality, integrity, and availability. The three core information security concepts of the CISSP.