What does the cybersecurity architect role entail?
Cybersecurity architects are essential for helping organizations design and evolve their cybersecurity strategy. This role is central to helping protect a company’s mission and business processes across every aspect of its enterprise architecture.
The cybersecurity architect role also:
Designs a Zero Trust strategy and architecture, including security strategies for data, applications, access management, identity, and infrastructure.
Collaborates continuously with leaders and practitioners in IT security, privacy, and related roles to implement an organization-wide cybersecurity strategy that meets business needs.
How do I earn this certification?
As the first expert-level certification in our Security, Compliance, and Identity portfolio, this certification will focus on designing elements of a cybersecurity architecture and evaluating the tradeoffs between different solutions.
To be successful on this certification, you should already have advanced experience and knowledge in a wide range of security engineering areas including identity and access, platform protection, security operations, securing data and securing applications. You are also an excellent candidate for this certification if you have experience with hybrid and cloud implementations.