The C-Registered Technical Security Architect (CRTSA) course will provide candidates’ knowledge and expertise in a common set of core skills and knowledge for systems architects. In preparation for the role of Technical Security Architect, it is important that candidates understand its purpose which can typically be summarised as driving beneficial security change into a business through the development or review of architectures so that they:
Successful candidates will have a strong technical ability aligned with experience to recommend high level solutions. The exam assumes that without adequate technical understanding it is not possible to perform a satisfactory and meaningful risk assessment of the implications of a particular architecture. Success will confer CREST Registered status to the individual.
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Appendix A: Computer Networking Fundamentals
Appendix B: Virtualisation Technologies
Appendix C: Platform Security
Appendix D: Identification and Access Management
Appendix E: Cryptography
Appendix F: Applications
Appendix G: Governance
Appendix H: Security Methodologies
Appendix I: Security Vulnerabilities & Prevention Techniques
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CREST Practitioner Security Analyst
CREST Registered Intrusion Analyst
The exam is aimed at individuals seeking to align themselves with the role of a Senior Security Architect.