The CISSP companion handbook: A collection of tales, experiences and straight up fabrications fitted into the 10 CISSP domains of information security

I didn’t write the book, the book wrote me. Which is kind of true because I kind of wrote a lot of stuff independently and then combined it with some of my old notes that I took whilst preparing for the exam and scoured through old emails for the rest.


It’s definitely not something that will help you pass the test, but the idea was simple, give a perspective and some real-life stories on how the knowledge pans out.
Ben Rothke kindly took the time to read and review the book, so that should  give you some ideas as to what it’s all about.


If you want to get your hands on a copy, then it’s virtual only from Amazons UK  , US and other stores.


If you’re a publisher or in a similar line of work and would like a review copy, get in touch via email, javvad<at>