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(ISC)2 CISSP® Certified Information Systems Security Professional Official Study Guide Eighth Edition Mike Chapple James Michael Stewart Darril Gibson Development Editor: Kelly Talbot Technical Editors: Jeff Parker, Bob Sipes, and David Seidl Copy Editor: Kim Wimpsett Editorial Manager: Pete Gaughan Production Manager: Kathleen Wisor Executive Editor: Jim Minatel Proofreader: Amy Schneider Indexer: Johnna VanHoose Dinse Project Coordinator, Cover: Brent Savage Cover Designer: Wiley Cover Image: @Jeremy Woodhouse/Getty Images, Inc. Copyright © 2018 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana Published simultaneously in Canada ISBN: 978-1-119-47593-4 ISBN: 978-1-119-47595-8 (ebk.) ISBN: 978-1-119-47587-3 (ebk.) 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If this book refers to media such as a CD or DVD that is not included in the version you purchased, you may download this material at http://booksupport.wiley.com. For more information about Wiley products, visit www.wiley.com. Library of Congress Control Number: 2018933561 TRADEMARKS: Wiley, the Wiley logo, and the Sybex logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of John Wiley & Sons, Inc. and/or its affiliates, in the United States and other countries, and may not be used without written permission. CISSP is a registered trademark of (ISC)², Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. is not associated with any product or vendor mentioned in this book. To Dewitt Latimer, my mentor, friend, and colleague. I miss you dearly. —Mike Chapple To Cathy, your perspective on the world and life often surprises me, challenges me, and makes me love you even more. —James Michael Stewart To Nimfa, thanks for sharing your life with me for the past 26 years and letting me share mine with you. —Darril Gibson Dear Future (ISC)2 Member, Congratulations on starting your journey to CISSP® certification. Earning your CISSP is an exciting and rewarding milestone in your cybersecurity career. Not only does it demonstrate your ability to develop and manage nearly all aspects of an organization’s cybersecurity operations, but you also signal to employers your commitment to life-long learning and taking an active role in fulfilling the (ISC)² vision of inspiring a safe and secure cyber world. The material in this study guide is based upon the (ISC)² CISSP Common Body of Knowledge. It will help you prepare for the exam that will assess your competency in the following eight domains: Security and Risk Management Asset Security Security Architecture and Engineering Communication and Network Security Identity and Access Management (IAM) Security Assessment and Testing Security Operations Software Development Security While this study guide will help you prepare, passing the CISSP exam depends on your mastery of the domains combined with your ability to apply those concepts using your real-world experience. I wish you the best of luck as you continue on your path to become a CISSP and certified member of (ISC)2. Sincerely, David Shearer, CISSP CEO (ISC)2 Acknowledgments We’d like to express our thanks to Sybex for continuing to support this project. Extra thanks to the eighth edition developmental editor, Kelly Talbot, and technical editors, Jeff Parker, Bob Sipes, and David Seidl, who performed amazing feats in guiding us to improve this book. Thanks as well to our agent, Carole Jelen, for continuing to assist in nailing down these projects. —Mike, James, and Darril Special thanks go to the information security team at the University of Notre Dame, who provided hours of interesting conversation and debate on security issues that inspired and informed much of the material in this book. I would like to thank the team at Wiley who provided invaluable assistance throughout the book development process. I also owe a debt of gratitude to my literary agent, Carole Jelen of Waterside Productions. My coauthors, James Michael Stewart and Darril Gibson, were great collaborators. Jeff Parker, Bob Sipes, and David Seidl, our diligent and knowledgeable technical editors, provided valuable insight as we brought this edition to press. I’d also like to thank the many people who participated in the production of this book but whom I never had the chance to meet: the graphics team, the production staff, and all of those involved in bringing this book to press. —Mike Chapple Thanks to Mike Chapple and Darril Gibson for continuing to contribute to this project. Thanks also to all my CISSP course students who have provided their insight and input to improve my training courseware and ultimately this tome. To my adoring wife, Cathy: Building a life and a family together has been more wonderful than I could have ever imagined. To Slayde and Remi: You are growing up so fast and learning at an outstanding pace, and you continue to delight and impress me daily. You are both growing into amazing individuals. To my mom, Johnnie: It is wonderful to have you close by. To Mark: No matter how much time has passed or how little we see each other, I have been and always will be your friend. And finally, as always, to Elvis: You were way ahead of the current bacon obsession with your peanut butter/banana/bacon sandwich; I think that’s proof you traveled through time! —James Michael Stewart Thanks to Jim Minatel and Carole Jelen for helping get this update in place before (ISC)2 released the objectives. This helped us get a head start on this new edition, and we appreciate your efforts. It’s been a pleasure working with talented people like James Michael Stewart and Mike Chapple. Thanks to both of you for all your work and collaborative efforts on this project. The technical editors, Jeff Parker, Bob Sipes, and David Seidl, provided us with some outstanding feedback, and this book is better because of their efforts. Thanks to the team at Sybex (including project managers, editors, and graphics artists) for all the work you did helping us get this book to print. Last, thanks to my wife, Nimfa, for putting up with my odd hours as I worked on this book. —Darril Gibson About the Authors Mike Chapple, CISSP, PhD, Security+, CISA, CySA+, is an associate teaching professor of IT, analytics, and operations at the University of Notre Dame. In the past, he was chief information officer of Brand Institute and an information security researcher with the National Security Agency and the U.S. Air Force. His primary areas of expertise include network intrusion detection and access controls. Mike is a frequent contributor to TechTarget’s SearchSecurity site and the author of more than 25 books including the companion book to this study guide: CISSP Official (ISC)2 Practice Tests, the CompTIA CSA+ Study Guide, and Cyberwarfare: Information Operations in a Connected World. Mike offers study groups for the CISSP, SSCP, Security+, and CSA+ certifications on his website at www.certmike.com. James Michael Stewart, CISSP, CEH, ECSA, CHFI, Security+, Network+, has been writing and training for more than 20 years, with a current focus on security. He has been teaching CISSP training courses since 2002, not to mention other courses on Internet security and ethical hacking/penetration testing. He is the author of and contributor to more than 75 books and numerous courseware sets on security certification, Microsoft topics, and network administration, including the Security+ (SY0-501) Review Guide. More information about Michael can be found at his website at www.impactonline.com. Darril Gibson, CISSP, Security+, CASP, is the CEO of YCDA (short for You Can Do Anything), and he has authored or coauthored more than 40 books. Darril regularly writes, consults, and teaches on a wide variety of technical and security topics and holds several certifications. He regularly posts blog articles at http://blogs.getcertifiedgetahead.com/ about certification topics and uses that site to help people stay abreast of changes in certification exams. He loves hearing from readers, especially when they pass an exam after using one of his books, and you can contact him through the blogging site. About the Technical Editors Jeff T. Parker, CISSP, is a technical editor and reviewer across many focuses of information security. Jeff regularly contributes to books, adding experience and practical know-how where needed. Jeff’s experience comes from 10 years of consulting with Hewlett-Packard in Boston and from 4 years with Deutsche-Post in Prague, Czech Republic. Now residing in Canada, Jeff teaches his and other middleschool kids about building (and destroying) a home lab. He recently coauthored Wireshark for Security Professionals and is now authoring CySA+ Practice Exams. Keep learning! Bob Sipes, CISSP, is an enterprise security architect and account security officer at DXC Technology providing tactical and strategic leadership for DXC clients. He holds several certifications, is actively involved in security organizations including ISSA and Infragard, and is an experienced public speaker on topics including cybersecurity, communications, and leadership. In his spare time, Bob is an avid antiquarian book collector with an extensive library of 19th and early 20th century boys’ literature. You can follow Bob on Twitter at @bobsipes. David Seidl, CISSP, is the senior director for Campus Technology Services at the University of Notre Dame, where he has also taught cybersecurity and networking in the Mendoza College of Business. David has written multiple books on cybersecurity certification and cyberwarfare, and he has served as the technical editor for the sixth, seventh, and eighth editions of CISSP Study Guide. David holds a master’s degree in information security and a bachelor’s degree in communication technology from Eastern Michigan University, as well as CISSP, GPEN, GCIH, and CySA+ certifications. Contents Introduction Overview of the CISSP Exam Notes on This Book’s Organization Assessment Test Answers to Assessment Test Chapter 1 Security Governance Through Principles and Policies Understand and Apply Concepts of Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability Evaluate and Apply Security Governance Principles Develop, Document, and Implement Security Policy, Standards, Procedures, and Guidelines Understand and Apply Threat Modeling Concepts and Methodologies Apply Risk-Based Management Concepts to the Supply Chain Summary Exam Essentials Written Lab Review Questions Chapter 2 Personnel Security and Risk Management Concepts Personnel Security Policies and Procedures Security Governance Understand and Apply Risk Management Concepts Establish and Maintain a Security Awareness, Education, and Training Program Manage the Security Function Summary Exam Essentials Written Lab Review Questions Chapter 3 Business Continuity Planning Planning for Business Continuity Project Scope and Planning Business Impact Assessment Continuity Planning Plan Approval and Implementation Summary Exam Essentials Written Lab Review Questions Chapter 4 Laws, Regulations, and Compliance Categories of Laws Laws Compliance Contracting and Procurement Summary Exam Essentials Written Lab Review Questions Chapter 5 Protecting Security of Assets Identify and Classify Assets Determining Ownership Using Security Baselines Summary Exam Essentials Written Lab Review Questions Chapter 6 Cryptography and Symmetric Key Algorithms Historical Milestones in Cryptography Cryptographic Basics Modern Cryptography Symmetric Cryptography Cryptographic Lifecycle Summary Exam Essentials Written Lab Review Questions Chapter 7 PKI and Cryptographic Applications Asymmetric Cryptography Hash Functions Digital Signatures Public Key Infrastructure Asymmetric Key Management Applied Cryptography Cryptographic Attacks Summary Exam Essentials Written Lab Review Questions Chapter 8 Principles of Security Models, Design, and Capabilities Implement and Manage Engineering Processes Using Secure Design Principles Understand the Fundamental Concepts of Security Models Select Controls Based On Systems Security Requirements Understand Security Capabilities of Information Systems Summary Exam Essentials Written Lab Review Questions Chapter 9 Security Vulnerabilities, Threats, and Countermeasures Assess and Mitigate Security Vulnerabilities Client-Based Systems Server-Based Systems Database Systems Security Distributed Systems and Endpoint Security Internet of Things Industrial Control Systems Assess and Mitigate Vulnerabilities in Web-Based Systems Assess and Mitigate Vulnerabilities in Mobile Systems Assess and Mitigate Vulnerabilities in Embedded Devices and Cyber-Physical Systems Essential Security Protection Mechanisms Common Architecture Flaws and Security Issues Summary Exam Essentials Written Lab Review Questions Chapter 10 Physical Security Requirements Apply Security Principles to Site and Facility Design Implement Site and Facility Security Controls Implement and Manage Physical Security Summary Exam Essentials Written Lab Review Questions Chapter 11 Secure Network Architecture and Securing Network Components OSI Model TCP/IP Model Converged Protocols Wireless Networks Secure Network Components Cabling, Wireless, Topology, Communications, and Transmission Media Technology Summary Exam Essentials Written Lab Review Questions Chapter 12 Secure Communications and Network Attacks Network and Protocol Security Mechanisms Secure Voice Communications Multimedia Collaboration Manage Email Security Remote Access Security Management Virtual Private Network Virtualization Network Address Translation Switching Technologies WAN Technologies Miscellaneous Security Control Characteristics Security Boundaries Prevent or Mitigate Network Attacks Summary Exam Essentials Written Lab Review Questions Chapter 13 Managing Identity and Authentication Controlling Access to Assets Comparing Identification and Authentication Implementing Identity Management Managing the Identity and Access Provisioning Lifecycle Summary Exam Essentials Written Lab Review Questions Chapter 14 Controlling and Monitoring Access Comparing Access Control Models Understanding Access Control Attacks Summary Exam Essentials Written Lab Review Questions Chapter 15 Security Assessment and Testing Building a Security Assessment and Testing Program Performing Vulnerability Assessments Testing Your Software Implementing Security Management Processes Summary Exam Essentials Written Lab Review Questions Chapter 16 Managing Security Operations Applying Security Operations Concepts Securely Provisioning Resources Managing Configuration Managing Change Managing Patches and Reducing Vulnerabilities Summary Exam Essentials Written Lab Review Questions Chapter 17 Preventing and Responding to Incidents Managing Incident Response Implementing Detective and Preventive Measures Logging, Monitoring, and Auditing Summary Exam Essentials Written Lab Review Questions Chapter 18 Disaster Recovery Planning The Nature of Disaster Understand System Resilience and Fault Tolerance Recovery Strategy Recovery Plan Development Training, Awareness, and Documentation Testing and Maintenance Summary Exam Essentials Written Lab Review Questions Chapter 19 Investigations and Ethics Investigations Major Categories of Computer Crime Ethics Summary Exam Essentials Written Lab Review Questions Chapter 20 Software Development Security Introducing Systems Development Controls Establishing Databases and Data Warehousing Storing Data and Information Understanding Knowledge-Based Systems Summary Exam Essentials Written Lab Review Questions Chapter 21 Malicious Code and Application Attacks Malicious Code Password Attacks Application Attacks Web Application Security Reconnaissance Attacks Masquerading Attacks Summary Exam Essentials Written Lab Review Questions Appendix A Answers to Review Questions Chapter 1: Security Governance Through Principles and Policies Chapter 2: Personnel Security and Risk Management Concepts Chapter 3: Business Continuity Planning Chapter 4: Laws, Regulations, and Compliance Chapter 5: Protecting Security of Assets Chapter 6: Cryptography and Symmetric Key Algorithms Chapter 7: PKI and Cryptographic Applications Chapter 8: Principles of Security Models, Design, and Capabilities Chapter 9: Security Vulnerabilities, Threats, and Countermeasures Chapter 10: Physical Security Requirements Chapter 11: Secure Network Architecture and Securing Network Components Chapter 12: Secure Communications and Network Attacks Chapter 13: Managing Identity and Authentication Chapter 14: Controlling and Monitoring Access Chapter 15: Security Assessment and Testing Chapter 16: Managing Security Operations Chapter 17: Preventing and Responding to Incidents Chapter 18: Disaster Recovery Planning Chapter 19: Investigations and Ethics Chapter 20: Software Development Security Chapter 21: Malicious Code and Application Attacks Appendix B Answers to Written Labs Chapter 1: Security Governance Through Principles and Policies Chapter 2: Personnel Security and Risk Management Concepts Chapter 3: Business Continuity Planning Chapter 4: Laws, Regulations, and Compliance Chapter 5: Protecting Security of Assets Chapter 6: Cryptography and Symmetric Key Algorithms Chapter 7: PKI and Cryptographic Applications Chapter 8: Principles of Security Models, Design, and Capabilities Chapter 9: Security Vulnerabilities, Threats, and Countermeasures Chapter 10: Physical Security Requirements Chapter 11: Secure Network Architecture an ...
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