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Launch of Tobruk Security Management Services

25.11.2019, 16:01

Launch of Tobruk Security Management Services

A new security business is offering a fresh approach to security management in the UK by balancing retained and outsourced services to maximise client budgets.

 

Launched by Danny Moody, The Gherkin’s former Head of Security (and a consultant for over two decades who has held roles as Security Contracts Manager at The London Eye, Security Manager at the London Stock Exchange, and Head of Corporate Security at Aviva), Tobruk Security Management Services aims to deliver a range of services from project-based consultancy and contract management through to fully retained and outsourced services for those whose budgets or requirements may not justify employing a full-time Head of Security.

The company will provide support with managing and running manned guarding or electronic security tenders, as well as audits of existing security and processes and penetration tests to determine the effectiveness of existing procedures. It will also conduct detailed desktop exercises for staff and management teams to test security, incident management, crisis management and business continuity plans. 

Moody, who named the business after the fortress city in Libya which became infamous during hte Second World War, says:

“I wanted a name that would stand-out, become a talking point, and that reflected the concept of robust security and dogged determination.

“It also has personal resonance as my Grandfather was stationed at Tobruk during the war.

“Having gained experience working in both senior corporate security roles and directly for security providers has given me a valuable and unique perspective.”

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