How To Read This Book
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Battle-scarred field computer engineers and Information Technology (IT) Trainers designed this book, InsideScoop to Security+ Certification. Rest assured that while it is obviously quite different from the typical book you have seen, we had several reasons for any variation from the typical tech book.
First and foremost you cannot, we repeat cannot know it all. Relax, sit back and learn what is critical and pertinent, then build on that information step by step. Get those basics down and then grow with that information.
We strongly suggest that regardless of your experience level, read casually from this page forward to the end for the first time through.
We separate what portions of information are nice to know and are historical in nature, we also share real world tips. We know that learning from a book to pass a certification exam is far from all that you need to know to be functional in the real world.
Our philosophy continues with blending humor, real-world lessons learned, and continued support.
At least this way, you know why sometimes our industry can be both brilliant and FUBARd all at the same time. That is one acronym we won't spell out for you!
The tone is informal, slightly politically incorrect, at least more so than other books, less so than Maximum PC magazine.
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