- What sort of experience/skills would organizations, in particular those in financial services, look for when recruiting information architects? Or in other words, what's the best way to progress to such a role?
- Is this role the same as an information security architect or would it encompass other areas as well?
- What's the current and future demand in the financial services industry?
Information security architects are information architects, but as discussed above, there are many variations of the information architect role. You need to hone in on an area of information management.
Financial services is one of the top industries exhibiting a need for improved information architecture. Furthermore, it is an enormous industry that many people make a career in. Specializing in it is not career limiting.
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