The RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle Associate examination is based on the critical job functions that an individual would typically be expected to perform with competence when providing RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle deployment services.
An RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle Associate is a person who works in a technical support, technical sales, professional services and/or other technical implementation role within RSA, within an RSA Partner organization, or within an organization using RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle.
The major job functions expected of an RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle Associate typically consist of three major areas of job role responsibility:
Candidate Background and Experience
An RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle Associate candidate should have a minimum of two years of professional experience in one or more of the following technical areas and understand how these technologies relate to and integrate with the RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle product. Elements of the RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle Associate exam touch upon each of these areas.
The RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle Associate examination is comprised of three major Domains (subject areas). Each Domain is represented by a series of questions designed to evaluate competence and knowledge of the elements relating to that domain. The following table describes the proportion of the examination that relates to each domain:
|Domain||% of Examination|
|1.0: RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle General Product Knowledge||50 %|
|2.0: Installation and Configuration||40 %|
|3.0: Basic Troubleshooting & Maintenance||10%|
Domain 1.0: RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle General Product Knowledge
The RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle Associate must have a fundamental knowledge of the RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle theory of operation, component architecture, and operation of various product modules. The RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle Associate is expected to be able to work with system and database administrators, IT personnel, and business users to educate them in the use and operation of an RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle implementation.
Domain 2.0: Installation and Configuration
RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle Associates must have knowledge of the processes used to deploy components and configure system operation.
Domain 3.0: Basic Troubleshooting and Maintenance
The RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle Associate must be able to troubleshoot specific fundamental and common issues relating to component installation and configuration, end-user access, and end-user operations. In addition, the RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle Associate must also be able to provide advice about maintenance tasks relating to data backup and restoration report management.
Although RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle product training is not a strict requirement in preparation for the RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle Associate Examination, it is highly recommended. Analysis of test results for RSA Certification exams indicates that a majority of candidates who attend training prior to testing are more likely to successfully pass the exam on their first attempt.
For full and detailed descriptions of RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle course offerings, visit: https://community.rsa.com/community/training/securid-access.
Many of the areas addressed by the RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle Associate exam will be familiar to the candidate who has worked with the RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle product family.
The RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle Associate exam content areas cover a wide range of RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle product functions because an RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle Associate may be called upon to perform deployments, work closely with and educate system administrators and other personnel, and maintain the day-to-day operation of an RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle implementation.
Testing Centers, Locations, and Registration
The RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle Certified Associate examination is administered by the Pearson VUE organization – an internationally known examination provider. Examination centers are located worldwide. Visit the Pearson VUE web site (www.pearsonvue.com/rsa/) and use the Test Center Locator to find a testing facility convenient to you.
You may also use the Pearson VUE site to create a personal login account and register for an exam. The RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle Associate exam code is 050-418-RSAIGLASC02.
The RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle Associate exam consists of 70 questions to be completed in 85 minutes. The exam consists of multiple-choice, multiple-response, or true/false type questions. The exam is computer-based and closed book – you may not utilize any printed material, personal computers, calculators, cell phones, etc. during the test.
The minimum passing score is 70%. Test results are calculated automatically at the conclusion of the test and testing center personnel can often provide you with an authorized copy of your results before you leave the testing center.
The fee for taking the exam is US$ 150.00.
The RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle Associate exam is available in North American English.
What to expect at the Testing Center
You must present two forms of identification; one of which is a photo identification.
You will be required to electronically accept the terms of an RSA Certification Program Non-Disclosure Agreement before beginning the examination. You are given an additional 5 minutes above and beyond the examination time to read this agreement before accepting.
Re-taking the Exam
There is no limit on the number of times that you can re-take the certification exam. However, to maintain integrity and confidentiality of the test items, 14 days is the required elapsed time before retaking the test a third time. Please note that you must pay the full exam fee each time that you retake the