SABSA A3 – Architecture Design & Development

The SABSA A3 – Architecture Design & Development, leading to Practitioner Certification are not about mere knowledge but about the development and demonstration of competence to apply SABSA and achieve valuable results for the benefit of the organisation and the individual.

The SABSA A3 Practitioner Level Training & SABSA Institute Certification Module provides candidates with the ability to:

  • Analyse and assess business problems and business-driven requirements
  • Apply, modify and customise the SABSA method to strategise and innovate specific solutions to meet unique requirements
  • Design and create work-product required to establish and operationalise SABSA for the solution strategies in their unique environment
  • Assess, evaluate and test concepts and theories by populating designs for real-world application
  • Apply and measurably demonstrate their skills under the pressure of examinations
SABSA A3

Competency Development Outcomes

  • Apply the SABSA A3 Development Process to their specific organisation, sector and culture
  • Plan, design, implement and manage a SABSA Architecture and its through-life processes
  • Customise strategies to apply the SABSA Development Process at Enterprise or Solutions level and throughout the business lifecycle
  • Integrate and align Security Architecture with the requirements of existing Enterprise & IT Architecture methods, standards and frameworks
  • Deliver a practical based SABSA approach to provide secure information services that are aligned with the needs of the business
Download the SABSA A3 – Architecture Design & Development Course Brochure
Exam Format: Examination papers contain 5 questions from which candidates must choose 2 to answer. Candidates are required to assess issues, evaluate solution approaches, and customise and apply the SABSA method and framework to create and populate appropriate SABSA work-products
Pre-requisites: Candidates must previously have attended a SABSA Foundation Training Course