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06 February 2014

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Abe

This is great news for new candidates looking forward for the CISSP exam day.
As I prepare for this exam by self study, it is very important for me to focus on new technology and standards as well to the best industry security practice in order to succeed at the exam and as IT Sec a whole.

For me I prefer to take the exam on CBT and to have some hotspots in it, so I can really focus on and make some decision based on the education I have learned from the study guide.

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