Salesforce Identity and Access Management Designer Practice Exam
Salesforce Identity and Access Management Designer
About Salesforce Identity and Access Management Designer Exam
The Salesforce Certified Identity and Access Management Designer exam imparts the ability to assess the environment and requirements with the objective to design secure and scalable identity management solutions on the Lightning Platform. As a designer candidate experiences designing and implementing complex identity and access management strategies for communicating the solution and design trade-offs to business and technical stakeholders alike.
As a skilled professional you will be able to perform the following tasks -
- Design an identity architecture that may span multiple platforms and include integration and authentication across systems.
- Articulate system design considerations, benefits, and recommendations for identity architecture.
- Apply general identity and access management best practices to Salesforce implementations.
Who should take the exam?
The Salesforce Certified Identity and Access Management Designer exam has been designed for Identity professionals who wish to prove their knowledge, skills, and ability to assess identity architecture. As well as, and designing secure, high-performance access management solutions on the Lightning Platform. Also, the professional planning to take the exam should be Identity professional with the proficiency to effectively communicate technical solutions to business and technical stakeholders. As a Salesforce Certified Identity and Access Management Designer, you must meet the following background -
- 1 year of Identity and Access Management experience
- 1 year of Salesforce experience with a major component security setup and design
- 2 years of Securities Technology experience
Typical Job Roles
- Enterprise Architect
- Technical Architect
- Security Architect
- Corporate Integration Architect
- Identity Architect
- Total Questions: 60 multiple-choice/multiple-select questions
- Exam Duration: 120 minutes
- Passing score: 65%
- Registration fee: USD 400, plus applicable taxes as required per local law
- Retake fee: USD 200, plus applicable taxes as required per local law
- Delivery options: Proctored exam delivered onsite at a testing center or in an online proctored environment. Click here for information on scheduling an exam.
- References: No hard-copy or online materials may be referenced during the exam.
- Prerequisite: None
The Salesforce Identity and Access Management Designer exam covers the following topics -
1. Identity Management Concepts: 28%
- Describe the role(s) an identity provider and service provider play in an access control solution.
- Describe common methods for how trust connections are established between two systems and the methodologies used to describe trust between an identity provider and service provider.
- Given a scenario, articulate whether it describes an authentication, authorization, or accounting scenario and what Salesforce feature should be used to accomplish the task.
- Given a scenario, recommend the appropriate method for provisioning users in Salesforce and other third-party services (SOAP/REST API, SAML JIT, Identity Connect, User Provisioning for Connected Apps, etc.).
- Describe the risks to enterprise security that federated Single Sign-on solutions aim to address.
- Given a scenario, troubleshoot common points of failure that may be encountered in a Single Sign-on solution (SAML, OAuth, etc.).
2. Accepting Third-Party Identity in Salesforce: 22%
- Describe the components of an identity management solution where Salesforce is accepting identity from a third party.
- Given a scenario, recommend the appropriate authentication mechanism when Salesforce needs to accept Third-Party Identity (Enterprise Directory, Social, Community, etc.).
- Given a scenario, recommend the appropriate method of SAML initiation to fulfill the requirements (SP-init, IdP-init.).
- Describe the components of a Delegated Authentication solution.
- Describe the risks of implementing delegated authentication.
3. Salesforce as an Identity Provider: 23%
- Given a scenario, determine the most appropriate flow type to recommend when implementing an OAuth solution where Salesforce is providing identity to a third party (for example, User Agent, Web Server, JWT, etc.).
- Describe the various implementation concepts of OAuth (for example; scopes, secrets, tokens, refresh tokens, token expiration, token revocation, etc.).
- Describe the role(s) Connected Apps play when Salesforce needs to provide identity to a third-party system.
- Given a scenario, recommend the Salesforce technologies that should be used to provide identity to the third-party system (Canvas, Connected Apps, App Launcher, etc.).
4. Access Management Best Practices: 15%
- Describe the risks that Two-Factor Authentication mechanisms aim to mitigate.
- Given a scenario, determine the most appropriate Two-Factor Authentication mechanism for an identity solution.
- Given a scenario, identify the risks and mitigation strategies that session security and Two-Factor Authentication enable (for example; High Assurance Sessions, 2FA, etc.).
5. Salesforce Identity: 7%
- Given a scenario, recommend the most appropriate Salesforce license type(s) to support the identity requirements.
- Describe the role(s) Identity Connect plays in an Identity Management solution.
6. Community (Partner and Customer): 5%
- Describe the capabilities for customizing the registration experience for external communities (for example; Branding options, self-registration, communications, etc.).
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