A Security Architect designs, builds and oversees the implementation of network and computer security for an organization. This type of department is responsible for creating complex security structures – and ensuring they work. Security Architecture refers to a plan and set of principles that describe the security services that a system is required to provide to meet the needs of its users, the system elements required to implement the services, and also the performance levels required in the elements to deal with the threat environment. Two things set aside the major applications, design and density. Think of its information highways point, carrying with them the data to millions of people. Equally important is the density of cyberspace. Nearly everyone uses the Internet today, but they do not access the Internet from the same devices, this it is difficult task for Information Security Architecture regulators to set legal and technical standards for data protection.