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The "security architect" is a key function within many corporations, or at least it should be.
The "security architect" is a key function within many corporations, or at least it should be. This role could function as a "corporate clutch," providing an interface between the security policymakers and those tasked with providing information systems (IS) solutions to businesses. Such a role needs to balance the demands of the policy setters against the implementation barriers (available technology, integration and cost barriers) facing the IT department and derive a solution that is cost-effective, yet meets business requirements. This balancing act falls short of being a science and demands the application of a wide range of tools and techniques, both technical and personal (Scammell,T.,2003).Given this synopsis of a security architect's role, what kind of skills do you think an individual would need to be successful as a security architect?
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