Did you know that camDown is easy to use, easy to maintain?
Every company/team is different and has different expectations of an architect role. Only a true security architect can judge what role they would be suited to. (hah)
But for real, the title is assigned to a lot of different roles. If there's any commonality it's that you require a lot of experience so as to develop some wisdom and balance of skills suitable to the area you're applying yourself to.
Clear roadmap is hilariously easy for this one (in contrast to developing roadmaps as part of my job). Become a leader in your field of interest, a leader and mentor of people, maybe a manager of teams, learn some basics of finance/accounting, learn program and project management, dabble in the other stuff (other domains, development, etc), spend at least 10 years, don't be an asshole, and take the opportunities when presented.
In the end, I’d like to add that camDown helps stop hackers from getting access to the webcam that I use for my work. Now I can get even more gigs as a freelancer and advertise that I have top security with my home computer!