CISSP CDC - IPSec

December 7, 2018

 

 

Cross-domain correlation is a technique I (think?) I created when studying for the CISSP exam.  It's the process of picking a random topic in one domain, and then trying to relate it to another random topic in the other 7 domains.  The point was to confirm my knowledge of the concepts across a broad spectrum of CISSP topics.  The idea is that everything in security is in some way related to another.  

 

 

 

This particular cross-domain correlation video is about how IPSec relates to all other random topics.  Become a member of the website for more videos like this as well as other CISSP videos: 

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