CISSP Domain 1 Notes

Last week, both our YouTube Channel and the blog reached milestones I anticipated taking years to accomplish. It is difficult to put into words how thankful I am. As a way of expressing my gratitude, I’m making available the notes I used to pass the CISSP.

The downloadable link will be available under the community perks section of the weekly newsletters. If you are not currently a member of the community, please sign up using the banner on the right sidebar or complete the form in the about us section.

Over the next couple of weeks, I will do some live sessions on YouTube and Twitch going over the notes as well as answer any questions that you may have. Thank you again for taking some time to help this community grow and I wish you all the best of luck!

Update 04.09.2022

The polished notes are now available on the Blog’s store for FREE. My hopes is this information will help improve your studies as you continue to improve through your journey. Be on the look out for more companion content on the YouTube channel.


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Drawing on over two decades of experience in the Information Technology industry, I have acquired a diverse range of roles that have shaped my distinctive outlook. Through this journey, I have developed into an accomplished authority in risk management, catering to Fortune 500 companies and small businesses on a global scale. Over the past 12 years, my primary focus has centered on empowering small business owners and insurance professionals to comprehend the ramifications of cyber incidents and effectively mitigate the risks associated with potential data breaches. My passion for cybersecurity has inspired me to create the Sage Knows IT blog. Through this platform, I aim to help small business owners and aspiring IT professionals understand the roadmap of the IT industry based on my experiences. Information Technology and Information Security are crucial for our future, and I hope my blog will motivate those who are interested in joining this ever-evolving field.

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