It is rare for todays’ IT systems to have no security facilities within them. Many organisations, or projects, cannot afford to have an assigned security architect. Yet many solutions or technical architects do not have a good understanding of Information Assurance (IA). This means that many systems are being designed and built that do not mitigate many of the current and emerging threats from today’s interconnected IT world.
The Solution Architecture Security Practitioner (SASP) course is targeted at Solution Architects wishing to know how to design secure systems and gain the knowledge of how to architect into a system a wide range of security controls.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Solution or Technical Architects who wish to build security into their projects.
IT staff looking to enhance their technical skills and knowledge.
Security professionals wanting to gain an appreciation of the technical and business aspects of their profession, or move into a more senior architecture role.
There are no formal entry requirements for candidates taking the Solutions Architecture Security Practitioner (SASP) examination. However, candidates should have some technical project management, solution or technical architect experience.